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Three Things to Know About GDPR Today (Part 1)

Prior to working at Expanse, I worked in different consulting and advisory roles at PwC and Protiviti, largely focused on risk and compliance. My first encounter with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was working at PwC in London, and some of the largest projects I’ve worked on in my career were centered on achieving Continue reading…

Prioritize Exposures With Active Assets

It’s one thing to know that you have a lot of Internet assets and that some of them might be vulnerable, but which ones do you tackle first? And how do you reduce false-positives efficiently? The logical answer is to prioritize issues based on criticality and timely exposures.  Expanse recently announced support for asset activeness Continue reading…

2019: A Year in Review

Expanse had a great 2019, and we’re happy that you came along for the ride. This post will focus on new products and capabilities we launched in 2019, but first, just a couple of important company milestones to highlight: We secured $70 million in Series C funding in April We made our first appearance in the Continue reading…

Expanse’s New CISO in Residence, Anthony Johnson: What You Need to Know

Expanse is happy to welcome our new CISO in residence, Anthony Johnson! Anthony is a Managing Partner at Delve Risk, where he leads a practice focused on driving technology and risk management transformation on behalf of its clients. He brings extensive technical and executive leadership experience and will serve as a technology advisor and CISO Continue reading…

Expanse Rolls Out New Views for Expander

Expanse is excited to announce three new views in Expander’s Asset Inventory View feature: Certificates, Domains, and Cloud Resources. Expanse customers now have comprehensive visibility across on-premises and cloud environments through Expander’s UI or API by automatic discovery and updating of these key Internet assets. Having a rock solid inventory is the foundation for a Continue reading…

Mitigating the Risk of Iranian State-Sponsored Cyberattacks

Tensions between Iran and the United States are at the highest they’ve been in decades. The conflict can easily spill beyond the physical realm into the realm of cyberwarfare. This means that IT and information security professionals, both in the government and the enterprise space, need to operate at a state of heightened awareness and Continue reading…

One Person’s Opinion on Cybersecurity in 2020: Part 2 (What Won’t Happen)

People love stories, so here are some stories about the future based on what I learned last year. I’m the CEO of Expanse, which sells Internet Operations Management software to very large companies and government agencies, including cybersecurity buyers. In Part 1, I highlighted five consequential things that I think will happen in 2020: fragmentation Continue reading…

One Person’s Opinion on Cybersecurity in 2020: Part 1 (What Will Happen)

People love stories, so here are some stories about the future based on what I learned last year. I’m the CEO of Expanse, which sells Internet Operations Management software to cybersecurity buyers at the world’s largest companies and government agencies. In this article, Part 1, I highlight five consequential things that I think will happen Continue reading…

As US-Iran Tensions Escalate, Take These Steps to Protect Your Network

International events have long been known to drive cyberattacks. Nation-states and smaller hacker groups routinely respond to news stories and current events by launching attacks at governments, organizations, and individuals. Iran, in particular, has a history of using cyberattacks to respond to current events.  In 2014, Sheldon Adelson made comments about dropping nuclear weapons on Continue reading…