Regulatory Revolution: Redefining Global Cybersecurity through Performance-Driven Standards
AttackIQ is constantly delivering impactful results in bottom-line savings and efficiency to our customers and our key Preactive™ Security Exchange technology partners are critical to that success.
Blackberry provides organizations with a platform to enable IoT, along with the software to secure their IoT devices, products, shared data and communications.
Cisco enables worldwide connections to the unconnected, offering services to create Internet Solutions providing information access anywhere, anytime.
Trust the leader in Zero Trust Segmentation to protect against ransomware and isolate cyberattacks from spreading across any cloud, data center, or endpoint.
LogRhythm’s SIEM platform and security operations center services enable organizations to detect, respond, and neutralize cyberthreats.
RSA helps manage your digital risk with a range of capabilities and expertise including integrated risk management, threat detection and response and more.
Armed with 30 years of security expertise, Trend Micro strengthens resilience of governments, businesses, and customers with advanced security solutions and strategies.
VMware Carbon Black is a global leader in transforming cloud-native endpoint protection, dedicated to keeping the world safe from cyberattacks with modern solutions.
Check Point leads with solutions protecting customers from 5th generation cyber-attacks, having an industry leading catch rate of malware, ransomware and advanced targeted threats.
Founded by elite intelligence professionals, Cybereason offers leading expertise in endpoint detection and response, next-generation antivirus, managed monitoring and IR services.
Elastic Security for endpoint prevents ransomware and malware, detects advanced threats, and arms responders with vital investigative context. All on an open platform, for infrastructure and hosts everywhere.
Micro Focus is a pure-play software company focused from the ground up on building, selling, and supporting software to put customers at the center of innovation.
Palo Alto Networks, a global cybersecurity leader, is shaping the cloud-centric future with technology transforming the way people and organizations operate.
Rapid7 delivers visibility, analytics, and automation through Insight Cloud to help security teams reduce vulnerabilities and monitor for malicious behavior.
As a worldwide leader in next-generation cybersecurity, Sophos protects organizations of all sizes in from today’s most advanced cyberthreats with cloud-native and AI solutions.
Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) helps organizations ask questions, get answers, and achieve business outcomes from their data paired with advanced machine learning.
Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO) is a global technology leader that designs, develops and supplies semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions.
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Information technology teams are routinely proactive. They design systems to be capable and reliable. They are also routinely reactive when systems fail. Yet it is not possible to avoid failure by design, and the impact of failure on the business is large, both because of the failures themselves and the time required to diagnose and repair them.
Between those two poles lies a better way: PreactiveTM systems. Preactive systems actively and continuously test for failure so that you can react to that failure before it creates a live business impact.
The concept is related to chaos engineering, in which software is deployed to attack production software systems to induce failures. Preactive systems add to that the capability for closed loop diagnostics and remediation. They emulate attacks, diagnose the failures that occur, and drive remediation of those failures.
These capabilities are quite applicable to cybersecurity. Cybersecurity teams proactively design and implement security controls to protect the enterprise. They are understandably quite reactive to active attacks. The problem? Active attacks are dangerous, and fixing a control after a live failure is too late. Preactive systems actively test security controls, diagnose their failures, and remediate their failures before they are exploited by a live attacker.
This is not limited to technical measures. The PreactiveTM Security Exchange (PSE) is a technology partner program which applies the same principles of active evaluation of effectiveness, diagnosis of gaps, and remediation to the vendor offerings of the participants, in service of our joint customers.
In short, PreactiveTM systems are proactive about preventable failure.