IBM Security Randori Recon
An attack surface management solution designed to uncover your external exposures through the lens of an adversary
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IBM Security® Randori Recon is attack surface management SaaS. It monitors external attack surfaces for unexpected changes, blind spots, misconfigurations and process failures. It is part of the IBM Security portfolio.

Uncover your external attack surface risks, before attackers do

Enterprise attack surface continues to expand with digital transformation. While organizations have succeeded in fixing known vulnerabilities on managed organizational assets; the rapid adoption of hybrid cloud models and an increasingly remote workforce have made it near impossible for security teams to manage an expanding attack surface. Cyber risks get further compounded when organizations inherit an unknown attack surface during mergers and acquisitions (M&A). To know where adversaries will strike, you need to see your attack surface as they do.

IBM Security Randori Recon, an external attack surface management SaaS, provides continuous asset discovery and risk prioritization from an attacker’s perspective. This cloud-native offering helps your SecOps team continuously monitor your attack surface to discover assets exposed to attackers and prioritize them based on adversarial temptation. Additionally, with bidirectional integrations that work seamlessly with your existing security stack, it helps improve your overall cybersecurity posture.

Forrester Total Economic Impact™ Of IBM Security Randori

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Why Randori Forrester Consulting recently conducted a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study of IBM Security Randori. The 2023 IBM-commissioned study found several benefits, including: Register for the Forrester TEI study 303%

return on investment over 3 years.*

90%

fewer hours of vulnerability scanning per year.*

85%

reduction in losses due to external attack.*

Benefits Clarify your cyber risk

Make better informed decisions by using continuous asset discovery and risk-based prioritization to get an accurate view of your current attack surface.

Drive program efficiencies

Reduce the amount of time and effort your security team spends on vulnerability scanning and attack surface exposure analysis.

Streamline operations

Eliminate data silos by using bidirectional integrations that work with your existing security stack and improve the effectiveness of your security tools.

 

 

Features

External reconnaissance Helps identify your organizational exposures, including IPv6 assets, in a high-fidelity and low-impact manner while reducing false positives to keep your signal-to-noise ratio under control.

Discovery path Helps act on newly identified assets without additional research by showing how a particular asset was located on the perimeter.

Risk-based prioritization Helps prioritize your enterprise's top targets with our model that gets you on track quickly with the adversarial insights you need to determine impact and risk.

Remediation guidance Helps improve your cyber resilience by implementing remediation best practices across your infrastructure with adversarial insights.

Vulnerability validation Confirm whether common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) exist on your external attack surface and are exploitable.

Use cases
M&A risk management During an M&A, your company inherits the attack surface of another organization, which may have unknown vulnerabilities and weaknesses. By conducting a non-disruptive attack surface review with Randori Recon, you can identify and prioritize the most critical risks. Learn more

Shadow IT discovery Discover assets unknown to your organization, on-premises or in cloud, before an attacker does. With Randori Recon, you gain insights from an adversarial perspective to prioritize threats and make informed risk decisions. Learn more
How to buy

Talk to an IBM representative to learn more about the pricing and packaging models available for IBM Security Randori Recon SaaS offering.

Resources IBM Security Randori Recon: Attack surface management

View your attack surface as attackers do. IBM Security Randori Recon provides continuous asset discovery and issue prioritization from an attacker’s perspective.

2023 GigaOm Radar for Attack Surface Management (ASM)

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IBM Security® X-Force® Threat Intelligence Index 2023

Gain actionable insights to understand how threat actors are waging attacks, so you can proactively protect your organization against today’s threat landscape.

Cost of a Data Breach Report 2023

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Take the next step

Take control of your attack surface today. See how IBM Security® Randori Recon can help you manage the expansion of your digital footprint and get on target quickly with fewer false positives.

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Footnotes

*  The Total Economic Impact of IBM Security Randori is a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM, published in June 2023. Based on projected results of a composite organization modeled from 4 interviewed IBM clients. Actual results will vary based on client configurations and conditions; generally expected results cannot be provided.