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Enable your security and operations teams to proactively identify, prioritize, and remediate exposures to stay ahead of attackers.

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The CyCognito platform helps you identify all of the attacker-exposed assets in your IT ecosystem for a complete view of your attack surface.

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Discover and prioritize security risks introduced by your subsidiaries.

A key challenge for holding companies, multinational corporations, and other conglomerates is monitoring the IT security risk of their subsidiaries. Subsidiary IT environments contain assets that you don’t manage but that can still put your organization at risk. Unknown and unmanaged attacker-exposed assets in these environments can easily be the source of your organization’s most critical cybersecurity risk.

The CyCognito platform provides an automated, scalable platform that will help you manage and monitor your attacker-exposed subsidiary environments efficiently and effectively.

Helping a Telecom Discover Shadow Risk

One of CyCognito's customers, a telecommunications company, deployed a defensive security solution, known as a deception system. The system was misconfigured by the vendor's engineer, exposing the company’s entire management system on the open web.

The CyCognito platform discovered the misconfiguration immediately, enabling the company to resolve the security weak spot before attackers could exploit it.


Map and discover all your subsidiaries' assets automatically.

The CyCognito platform gives you immediate visibility into the entire organization's full scope of its legal entities, brands, and subsidiaries, even uncovering assets they didn’t know existed, and providing the business context of each asset including ownership.


Assess the security posture of your subsidiaries to understand the exposures that could impact your business.

CyCognito objectively measures the risk of each subsidiary and the risk of each asset in its environment by validating evidence across multiple data sources and testing for high accuracy. This evidence includes an exact path of discovery, ownership, and critical issue remediation steps. This validated evidence establishes credibility when working with subsidiaries for remediation.


Continuously monitor subsidiaries to guarantee your entire organization is protected.

CyCognito provides an automated, scalable platform that needs no deployment or configuration to monitor subsidiaries' attack surface continuously. This is essential for maintaining visibility into the evolving attack surface, allowing the organization's subsidiaries to mitigate security risks and threats.

Customer Story

“On my end, we save a lot of time because I can just click into the platform and tell one of the companies ‘your Internet footprint is larger‘. And our subsidiaries probably save time as well because CyCognito delivers quite nice instructions on how to fix vulnerabilities, for instance, or how to validate if it’s really there.”

Benjamin Bachmann | Vice President, Group Information Security