An adversary emulation platform uses real-world threat intelligence to duplicate the exact tactics, techniques, behaviors, and procedures that a threat actor would use within an organization’s real environment.
Breach and Attack Simulation
Breach and attack simulation (BAS) technologies enable improved visibility into enterprise security weak spots by automating testing of threat vectors such as external and insider, lateral movement, and data exfiltration.
Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture
A cybersecurity mesh architecture (CSMA) is a security operations approach for architecting composable, distributed security controls that improve cybersecurity effectiveness.
Digital Risk Protection Services
Digital risk protection services (DRPS) are technology and services that protect digital resources and data from external threats, while reducing enterprise attack surfaces.
Exposure management (EM) is a program based upon a set of processes and capabilities that allow enterprises to evaluate the visibility, accessibility, and vulnerability of their digital assets continually and consistently.
Pentesting as a Service
Pentesting as a service (PTaaS) provides point-in-time and continuous application and infrastructure penetration testing services, which traditionally relied heavily on human pentesters using commercial/proprietary tools.
Risk-based Vulnerability Management
Risk-based vulnerability management (RBVM) is a cybersecurity process that reduces vulnerabilities across your attack surface by prioritizing remediation based on the degree of risk they pose to your organization.
Vulnerability Prioritization Technology
Vulnerability prioritization technology (VPT) streamlines the vulnerability analysis and mitigation process by identifying and prioritizing the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest organizational risks.