Hackers exploit OSINT, generative AI, and human vulnerabilities
Threat actors circumvent traditional cyber defenses by leveraging open-source intelligence (OSINT) and preying on human vulnerabilities to gain initial access to corporate infrastructure or defraud customers and supply chain contractors.
92% of cyber attacks are specifically crafted from users’ public data.
95% of cybersecurity breaches happen because of human error.
90% of cyber attacks start
with a phishing email.
how Picnic helps
Picnic offers a managed service that protects those executives, employees, and contractors that threat actors will consider high-value targets of social engineering attacks. Picnic uses its proprietary technology to proactively and continuously identify and analyze human risk and deliver prioritized remediations, reducing organizational risk by 65%.
Learn about the HASP Framework
Move beyond the traditional corporate perimeter to reduce human risk and proactively safeguard against cyber threats. The Human Attack Surface Protection Framework aligns with NIST CSF and MITRE ATT&CK® and was created with the contribution of cybersecurity experts from the public and private sectors.