About Organizations
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Written by Devonte Lowe
Updated over a week ago

Build a hierarchy of your organization within the dashboard. Many organizations are broken down by team or business unit. Easily structure your organization so that it makes it easy for team members to understand and act upon their responsibilities.

Monitoring organizations across your attack surface is important for several reasons:

  1. Identifying vulnerabilities: Monitoring your attack surface helps you identify vulnerabilities that may exist in your systems, applications, and networks. By keeping an eye on your entire organization's attack surface, you can quickly detect any weak points and take action to address them before they can be exploited by attackers.

  2. Protecting against threats: Monitoring your attack surface can also help you identify and respond to threats in real time. By tracking your organization's digital footprint, you can detect suspicious activity, such as unauthorized access attempts, and take action to stop attackers before they can cause damage.

  3. Compliance and regulatory requirements: Monitoring your organization's attack surface is often necessary to meet compliance and regulatory requirements. Many industries are subject to strict regulations that require them to monitor their systems and networks for security vulnerabilities and breaches.

  4. Business continuity: Monitoring your attack surface can also help ensure business continuity by preventing or minimizing the impact of cyber attacks. By detecting and responding to threats in real time, you can reduce the amount of time it takes to restore normal operations, minimizing the impact on your business.

Overall, monitoring your organization's attack surface is a critical aspect of cybersecurity. It helps you identify vulnerabilities and threats, meet compliance and regulatory requirements, and ensure business continuity. By taking a proactive approach to security, you can minimize the risk of cyber-attacks and protect your organization's assets and reputation.

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