ThreatNG Security Offers Free Access to Their Groundbreaking Security Platform for Organizations to Assess Cloud and SaaS Vulnerabilities

February 28, 2023 Off By David
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ThreatNG has announced the release of its agentless Cloud and SaaS Exposure Assessment Module. The company also announced free access to organizations to this groundbreaking platform to assess their external risk for a limited time.

The ThreatNG “Cloud and SaaS Exposure” Module supports the following vendors and technology categories:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
  • Analytics
  • Business Intelligence (BI)
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • File Sharing
  • Human Resources
  • Security
  • Video Telephony

ThreatNG continues to redefine External Attack Surface Management (EASM), Digital Risk Protection, and Security Ratings by announcing the availability of its Agentless Cloud and SaaS Exposure Assessment Module. Requiring only a domain and organization name, ThreatNG users can perform Outside-In Discovery, Assessment, Reporting, and Monitoring of their Cloud and SaaS Footprint, uncover Exposed Open Cloud Buckets, bring to light Unsanctioned Implementations (Shadow IT), and call to attention Brand Impersonations (Cybersquats) without using agents, credentials, API connections, browser plugins, and any other means that require prior knowledge.

ThreatNG further empowers its users by providing a differentiated, unmatched, and holistic approach by extending discovery and assessment of all Internet-exposed online applications, repositories, APIs, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), and vendor technologies interconnected with Cloud and SaaS implementations.

“As more critical data and functions are migrating to the cloud, it becomes much more important for organizations to have visibility of all their digital assets exposed to the public and address all potential risks and threats. Our Cloud and SaaS Exposure module empower users with a proactive outside-in perspective,” said Eric Gonzales, founder of ThreatNG. “We are so confident in our technology’s capability that we are willing to provide organizations of all sizes with a free discovery and risk assessment of their Cloud and SaaS environments.”