AttackIQ Flex is on-demand, agentless test-as-a-service. It enables organizations to quickly emulate adversary behavior through a simplified user experience, delivering detailed security control performance metrics and mitigations in minutes.
Testing for Everyone
Pay as you go, flexible consumption democratizes testing by unlocking security validation for organizations where it was previously impractical.
Fastest Time to Visibility
Through agentless testing, organizations deploy Flex and get answers to their security validation questions in a matter of minutes instead of weeks.
A cornerstone of AttackIQ Flex, the self-contained test packages streamline design and execution and reduce the complexity associated with validating security controls.
The self-contained test packages enable organizations to conduct rapid tests on any network, regardless of whether they don’t manage them or aren’t internet connected.
AttackIQ Flex Offering
AttackIQ Flex provides an economical means of validating security controls without the need for expensive and time-consuming manual testing. With a pay as you go consumption model, you can test as little or as much as you want and across elements of your business.
Comprehensive adversary emulations run as self-contained test packages, validating controls against emerging threats.
Security Control Baseline
Security Control Baseline. Tests the efficacy of EDR, AV and content filtering security controls.
CISA Alert and Threat Descriptions
The AttackIQ Adversary Research Team produces attack graphs within 48 hours of CISA alerts and responds to emerging threats so you can validate your controls against real-world actors.
|Security Baseline||Adversary Emulation|
|CISO executive summary with recommended courses of action for improving security posture||✓||✓|
|Attack graphs with detailed adversary intelligence||–||✓|
|Your test performance score and global comparisons||✓||✓|
|Detailed prevention results by stage and technique||–||✓|
|Detailed MITRE ATT&CK and AttackIQ specific mitigations||✓||✓|
|Attack methodology and emulation details, steps executed||✓||✓|
AttackIQ Flex is your first step towards security optimization.
Contact us today and unlock the flexible package needed to validate your defenses, emulate real-world attacks, and validate your security controls through our unique pay as you go, test as-a-service.
There are innumberable uses cases for Flex. Below are some initial examples.
- Zero trust. Perform regular testing to validate the security of critical assets.
- SMB. Organizations with small network and security stacks, limited in house resources want to include security testing as part of security program
- Red team augmentation. Automate the scripting and execution of attack scenarios and penetration tests, allowing red teams to comprehensively test security controls, identify vulnerabilities, and provide mitigations
- Purple teaming augmentation. Design and execute attack scenarios against defenders with immediate feedback into people, process, and technology efficacy
- Regular self-managed security validation. Basic security validation and breach and attack simulation
- Fully managed security validation program. Conduct regular security validation but doesn’t have the staff to support in house testing
- Security posture assessment. Use Flex to validate security controls by scaling as many test points as you need for a representative sample of your environment.
- Managed service provider. Insurance provider or underwriter wants insuree to run a risk assessment on their network to determine coverage.
- Network consolidation, including M&A activity. Acquirer or parent organization wants to quickly bring on new branch networks into the corporate umbrella. Deploying agents takes too long for the request.
The Business Value of the AttackIQ Security Optimization Platform
Learn how with the use of AttackIQ organizations can test and validate their overall IT security posture to proactively identify and remediate gaps.
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