Cloud Server


Testing Server


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70 of 100
Fortune 100 organizations have had a
Remote Desktop Protocol Exposure
within the past 3 months

Discover your unknown Internet assets and what’s talking to them.

Qadium continuously discovers, tracks, and monitors the dynamic global Internet edge for the world’s largest organizations.

Global Edge

Understanding your constantly changing network perimeter is an urgent security imperative.

Large organizations’ IT staffs do not truly know what Internet edge assets they have, where they are, whether or not they are configured and behaving properly, and if they are secure.

The Global
Edge Tracking Imperative

A single security flaw at your company's global edge can change into an active attack vector in seconds. Current tools don't link suspicious communications with system misconfiguration and identification of edge assets. This means:

Attackers find assets you didn't know you had

It only takes one mistake in an asset management database to lose track of an Internet edge asset. They can stay lost through multiple mergers and acquisitions. This is an attacker's gain and your loss.

Attackers see your process weaknesses

Your adversary will find process gaps, policy violations, and human errors. These all cause configuration issues that grow your attack surface.

Attackers think you aren't watching

You need to know what's talking with your Internet edge devices and why. Scale and complexity issues with collection of petabytes of data lead to high management costs. Traditional tools aren't finding suspicious communications.

A Few of our Customers

Take Back Your Global Edge With Qadium

Global Edge Tracking means seeing all possible edge attack vectors and, using global flow data, which edge systems may be out of policy or already compromised.

Our platform discovers your global Internet edge and identifies your organization's IP space, your known and unknown assets, and their configurations. We enrich your asset view with global flow data. This links a complete picture of edge attack vectors to the communications that indicate a data breach, misconfiguration, or policy violation.