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Visualize Workload Risk

Reduce your attack surface and exposure risk significantly.

Up to 98% of network pathways are not necessary for application workloads to perform their normal function. Attackers exploit these pathways to move laterally in the network. Edgewise automatically measures your visible network attack surface, quantifies exposure risk, and recommends application-centric policies to maximize protection.
 
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Visualize workload risk

1. Filter exposure assessment report to reveal risk for specific applications or hosts.

Easily filter by applications or hosts of interest and see the exposure assessment report.

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2. Review overall exposure of applications or hosts in your environment.

Network exposure reveals the number of discovered network paths beyond those necessary for business services to perform their business function. Application Paths summarizes application communication pathways currently protected, could be protected with available policies, or have no protection policies available. Current Protection reveals the portion of used application communication pathways currently protected by Edgewise, versus the potential protection if all machine learning generated rules were applied.

Review overall exposure of applications

3. Evaluate exposure of specific applications or hosts in your environment to prioritize remediation.

Review the network pathways that the business application or host don’t need to operate. These potential attack paths can be eliminated. Quantify the pathways that can be protected to eliminate the network attack surface.

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1. See how many exposed network attack paths are present in your environment.

2. Measure your your visible attack surface and understand the risk the attack surface poses.

3. Quantify the reduction in network exposure gained from recommended policies.