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It’s increasingly complicated to keep track of what’s yours. Discover unknown vulnerabilities beyond traditional assets: in the cloud, IoT, and your remote workforce.
Censys is the most reputable, exhaustive, and up-to-date source of Internet scan data in the world, so you see everything.
The Internet is constantly evolving and expanding. Your business's risks are no exception. Censys helps you track your publicly exposed assets as technology moves to the cloud, workers become more distributed, and you accumulate security debt through mergers & acquisitions and third-party services.
The team behind the open-source ZMap Internet Scanner created Censys to help organizations understand their external exposure.
Internet-facing businesses continually change. Censys keeps you in control.
Keeping track of publicly exposed assets can be difficult, especially as companies migrate to the cloud, workforces are more distributed, and companies can suddenly acquire security debt from mergers or acquisitions.
With a mass shift to working from home, attack surfaces have exploded to include the home networks of the entire remote workforce, and those networks have no security protections. HNRI helps you fill this critical gap and secure your employees' home networks.
Tracking Threat Actors requires broad, up-to-date, and easily-pivotable Internet-wide scan data. While OSINT tools like nmap, mass scan, and zmap are great (especially for one-offs), they often require significant overhead to manage at scale.
While open source tools help you identify most Internet services, collecting comprehensive data is difficult, and requires international infrastructure, scanning thousands of ports, and manually labeling services and devices. Censys provides bulk IP and certificate data to use within your own systems.
the most comprehensive Internet scan dataset
all Internet-facing assets
your company's assets
risks and security insights
your downstream security process