Can you identify all the internet-accessible devices on your network? Or your supply chain’s networks? Do you know if those assets have critical vulnerabilities? How does your infrastructure look like to an adversary?
At LookingGlass, we help public sector organizations and Fortune 500 companies reduce their cyber risk across their extended attack surface and increase the analytic efficiency and productivity of their security analysts. With our deep expertise in threat and network intelligence, our solutions and services empower you to find, focus, and defend against the threats that matter to your organization.Book a demo
"Without LookingGlass, some of our most effective operations would slow to a crawl or stop."–U.S. Federal Agency
The most sophisticated government organizations, Fortune 500 companies, and critical telecommunications firms trust LookingGlass to enable them to see what an adversary can see across their infrastructure, empower deeper collaboration between analysts to improve analytic capabilities, and provide them with best-in-class network security and threat mitigation tools.
For more than a decade, we have focused on delivering actionable cyber threat intelligence and advanced mitigation tools, enhanced with multilingual analyst teams, to support the most advanced organizations in the world with their critical missions, from protecting financial systems to ensuring telecommunications are cyber-resilient to safeguarding national security interests.Contact us to learn more
It’s often said that nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come. That time might be here for attack surface management (ASM), the subject of the 2022 Gartner® Innovation Insight for Attack Surface Management report.
Former CISA chief Chris Krebs caused a stir in August when he proposed the department’s role be elevated into an independent “US digital agency”…
The Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency this summer turned down a multimillion-dollar proposal to protect election officials from harassment ahead of the midterm elections, multiple people familiar with the matter told CNN.