What is Continuous Compromise Assessment?

What is Continuous Compromise Assessment?

Lumu’s Continuous Compromise Assessment is a patent-pending model that enables organizations to measure their unique compromise levels, using their own network metadata. This model allows you to identify when, where, and how your infrastructure is communicating with adversaries. Learn more about Continuous Compromise Assessment in our getting started documentation.

For a more in-depth look at Lumu’s path to Continuous Compromise Assessment, check out our whitepaper.

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