Practical implementation of continuous threat and exposure management in the company

Continuous Threat and Exposure Management (CTEM) is a proactive approach to cybersecurity that focuses on continuously identifying, assessing and mitigating threats and vulnerabilities in an organization’s IT environment. By adopting this strategy, you can stay one step ahead of ever-evolving cyber threats. CTEM requires a solid platform that integrates the necessary tools and technologies to unify the entire CTEM process.

Your advantages

Solid IT security helps to increase your company value.

Early detection of threats

CTEM allows potential security risks to be identified before they become serious problems.

Continuous monitoring

By continuously monitoring the IT environment and user behavior, threats are detected in real time and can be addressed immediately.

Effective vulnerability assessment

CTEM provides regular assessment of vulnerabilities to prioritize remediation and allocate resources efficiently.

Ensuring business continuity

By protecting critical systems and sensitive data, CTEM helps maintain operations, even during potential security incidents.

Improve compliance

A CTEM program helps you ensure regulatory and industry compliance.

More trust

Strengthen the trust of stakeholders, including customers, partners and investors

The program

Process of the CTEM program

The five phases of our Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM) program provide a systematic and comprehensive approach to managing your cybersecurity risks.

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ab 3.720€/zzgl. USt

Deployment and onboarding on our CTEM platform and integration into your IT landscape

Deployment Only

ab 14.880€/zzgl. USt

Managed Service mit Reporting & Remediaton Calls

Full Managed service

frequently asked Questions

Continous Threat and Exposure Management FAQ

Do you have any questions about our CTEM?

Continuous Threat and Exposure Management refers to a proactive approach to cybersecurity that continuously monitors threats and identifies vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure in order to respond appropriately and minimize the risk of security incidents

Benefits include improved security posture through early threat detection, more efficient use of resources through automated processes, increased response speed to security incidents and overall strengthened cyber resilience.

There are various tools available, including vulnerability scanners, threat analysis tools, SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems, and threat intelligence platforms. The choice depends on the company's specific needs and infrastructure.

CTEM is critical to keeping pace with the ever-evolving threat landscape. By continuously monitoring and assessing vulnerabilities, companies can respond to potential risks early and close security gaps to strengthen their cybersecurity.

Answer: CTEM includes the ongoing identification of threats and vulnerabilities, assessing their risk, prioritizing actions, and continuously monitoring and adapting security strategies. Automation plays an important role in making the process more efficient.

Integration occurs through establishing clear policies, training employees, implementing appropriate technologies, regular security audits, and continuously adapting the security strategy to the changing threat landscape.

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