Breach and Attack Simulation

Securing Remote Networks with AttackIQ Flex

The rise of remote work, branch networks, and the entwining of IoT and OT systems have created vast network footprints, making identifying vulnerabilities more challenging than ever. Cyber threats loom large, and with the stakes higher than ever, ensuring your defenses are impervious is paramount.

Testing for everyone

AttackIQ has helped hundreds of companies across the global 2000 to conduct automated testing at scale, powered by MITRE ATT&CK. Building on a decade of success, we are now making testing available for everyone. Here's what that means.

Attack Graph Response to CISA Advisory AA23-129A: Hunting Russian Intelligence “Snake” Malware

AttackIQ has released two new attack graphs in response to the recently published CISA Advisory (AA23-129A) that details the efforts taken by U.S. agencies to disrupt the peer-to-peer network infrastructure used by the Russian threat actor Turla and their Snake malware. Turla is the public name given to actors associated with cyberattacks conducted by Center 16 of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).

Democratizing the Practice of Adversary Emulation

AttackIQ is democratiziing the practice of threat-informed defense and adversary emulation, including by funding research from the Center for Threat-Informed Defense on micro-emulation planning. Learn more out how we put adversary emulation into practice in the AttackIQ Security Optimization Platform.
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