External Attack Surface Management and Continuous Automated Red Teaming

As cybersecurity threats become more sophisticated, organizations must employ new measures to protect their networks, digital assets, and data. By understanding and implementing these concepts, you can help reduce your organization’s risk of a cyberattack. In Episode S5E4, cybersecurity expert Bikash Barai, Co-founder of FireCompass, explains how to manage your company’s external attack surface and perform continuous automated red teaming.

Host Steven Bowcut and Bikash discuss the importance of external attack surface management and continuous testing of your defenses. Bikash explains the relationship between automated red teaming and attack surface management and offers advice about how organizations can prioritize the tsunami of vulnerabilities they face.

About our Guest

Bikash Barai is a serial cybersecurity entrepreneur. Before co-founding FireCompass, he founded iViZ, an automated application security testing company. He has graduate and post-graduate degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in computer science and architecture. 

He is passionate about AI, cognitive hacking, and attack simulation. He is credited for several innovations in the domain of IT Security and has multiple patents. 

Bikash is one of Fortune’s 40-under-40 and has also received multiple other recognitions from UC Berkeley, Intel, Nasscom, Red Herring, TiE, & others. 

Outside of cyber security, Bikash is an amateur magician and painter. He is also passionate about mindfulness meditation, psychology, and philosophy.

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Steven Bowcut is an award-winning journalist covering cyber and physical security. He is an editor and writer for Brilliance Security Magazine as well as other security and non-security online publications. Follow and connect with Steve on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.