Traditionally, security teams look to penetration tests and red teaming to test and build confidence in their security programs. These options are often costly, time-consuming, and limited in scope. There is a better way to gain confidence in security models: continuous attack simulations, which automate adversary behavior in a controlled manner and highlight the gaps in security programs so organizations can improve security controls and prepare incident response plans.
Listen to the webinar for:
- Shortcomings of traditional ad-hoc testing when identifying and addressing risk
- How to use attack simulation to validate your security model
- Why attack simulation is most effective when integrated into a platform for managing the security model