Attack Surface Mapping
Know what you own in pristine detail.
Trusted by governments, the Fortune 500, and major technology companies
Unmatched attack surface mapping accuracy that reveals your gaps
Get alerts before you're out of compliance
24/7 monitoring for new domain names, hostnames, phishing sites, and technology
Reveal the Asset Inventory of current and potential competitors to identify strategic opportunities.
Secure your brand by recognizing expired marketing campaigns, misspellings, SEO opportunities, and misuse.
Reveal locations where PII is captured and stored, to fully comply with industry regulations.
Understand which assets have noncompliant technology, missing legal disclaimers, and expired copyright notices.
Instantly see every internet-facing asset of your target company before acquisition to discern risk early.
Mitigate risk and avert potential threats by knowing exactly what you own. Asset Inventory is foundational to security strategy.
partners with Bit Discovery Learn More
Founder of WhiteHat Security. World-Renowned Professional Hacker. Jeremiah's career spans nearly 20 years and he has become one of the computer security industry's biggest names.More about Jeremiah >
Robert is a quarter-century veteran of infosec, spanning a career of penetration testing, security architecture, security product management, and security research.More about Robert >
The world's top companies and agencies use Bit Discovery to discover just about anything about their internet-facing assets.
It's all there. Your domains, subdomains, exposed technologies — organized into a speedy, searchable Inventory that stays updated automatically.
Bit Discovery also Inventories extensive technology information about each asset in your inventory.
Important changes to any of your assets are quickly identified. Receive daily email summaries of changes.
Bit Discovery is simple, fast, and easy to use.
Thousands of technologies. Hundreds of ports. Zero hassle.
GDPR is a prolific set of compliance mandates and has sweeping implications for companies that serve customers in the European Union. A critical component of compliance is starting off with a known set of assets and identifying the places where PII is captured and stored, or where customer data may get exposed.
Identify weak and outdated cipher suites.
Locate the geographic region of your assets.
See if your legal team is paying attention to the sites in question.
Identify third party who may be capturing user traffic/sentiment.
Find where third party analytics software may be gathering PII.
Capture the locations where social sites might correlate your users.
Focus on the dynamic sites that are most likely to have customer data.
Fast forward fraud investigations by locating sites of interest.
See where your marketing team might be retargeting your users.
Find where your marketing team might be gathering contacts.
If you aren't patching you aren't compliant.
Are you collecting customer data and on which websites?