How to Implement Continuous Threat Exposure Management with Noetic

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What’s inside:

  • Get a brief overview of CTEM and the benefits of adoption.
  • Understand Gartner® recommendations for the 5 stages of the CTEM cycle: scoping, discovery, prioritization, validation and mobilization.

Noetic Cyber: Support throughout the CTEM cycle

Implementing a major security operations program as large-scale as continuous threat exposure management (CTEM) is an overwhelming task for any security and risk management team. By alleviating much of the burden associated with modern attack surface management, the Noetic platform enables organizations to confidently repair their broken threat and vulnerability management (TVM) system.

“CTEM is not a tool, it’s a program. In their effort to build a multifunction platform, security leaders should not get trapped into the vendor’s platform narrative, replacing the necessity to address all the assigned objectives of a CTEM program, with their approach of building a multifunction platform.”

The more you put in, the more you get out of the Noetic platform.

No single tool will ever provide the intelligence necessary to truly reduce risk on its own. While most security tools promise a “quick fix”, siloed lists only contribute to the noise.

Noetic promises a different approach. By leveraging the tools and datasets teams are already using, the platform extracts, correlates, and aggregates layers of insight to highlight critical areas of risk as it applies to each organization.

Prioritization powered by Noetic.

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With dozens of pre-built connectors with agentless API integration, there’s no need to wait to start your CTEM journey with Noetic. Enter your information below for a 1:1 sales consultation with the Noetic Cyber team.

Gartner®, Implement a Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM) Program. Jeremy D’Hoinne, Pete Shoard, Mitchell Schneider. July 2022.

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