• Transparency, Accuracy, Reliability
  • Attack Surface Management Reimagined
  • A New Approach

Cybersecurity Attack Surface Management Reimagined

Threats and intrusions specific to public sector institutions (internal and external) require unique knowledge and action to identify and redress. Personal information, financial data, research data, student records, governmental and administration details are among the assets that tempt hackers to breach the systems, resulting in financial losses and network downtimes. Universities consist of multiple departments and schools. State governments consist of multiple departments and agencies. Today each individual entity may be responsible for its own security.

The last few years have seen threats surging in government and education as threat actors have become more motivated and focused on the wealth of sensitive data and assets present in those institutions. Ransomware attacks and costs are accelerating.

The NewPush Connective Platform™ (TCP) is neither disruptive nor intrusive of an institution’s current operational environment. Replacing current tools and technologies is unnecessary. TCP is an overlay to them all and can absorb and use data from them all. With that data TCP will:

  • Create a clear and totally accurate picture of asset inventory.
  • Expose threats and vulnerabilities against those assets.
  • Enable high level internal identity and access management.
  • Provide a corporate, institutional view of the security posture across all agencies and departments.
  • Eliminate current manual processes that lead to inaccuracies, insecurity, and high costs.
  • Expose the inadequacies of managing a legacy, complex, multi-system environment without the proper cyber-attack surface technology.

Once deployed, The Connective Platform™ will:

  • Integrate with all currently installed or planned software platforms, management tools, network and end point protection, patching systems, and the SIEM.
  • Expose the vulnerabilities of the legacy systems or the network before breaches occur.
  • Ensure only authorized users have access to government systems and data.
  • Ensure compliance with all standards and regulations (NIST, CMMS, HIPAA, SOX, CMMC, and others).
  • Achieve results within budgets.