1. Starting from the attacker’s perspective - get an external perspective of your business using the same techniques used by advanced threat actors to get the most authentic view of what’s exposed.
2. Identifying what matters - identify the assets most important to your business and focus on hardening those few an attacker can discover.
3. Prioritizing like an attacker - focus on the assets that can actually be attacked, your exposed software. Keeping a full inventory of non-responsive IPs, unused networks and parked hostnames simply creates noise.
4. Monitoring continuously - your attack surface is always changing. New vulnerabilities, configuration changes, and new infrastructure are all important - Randori's continuous monitoring ensures your team is always working on the risks that matter most.