Breach & Attack Simulation

CISA and NSA’s Top 10 Control Misconfigurations? Use BAS and MITRE ATT&CK to Defend Against Them

The National Security Agency (NSA) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently released their top 10 list of common cybersecurity misconfigurations. Some of these include your standard slew of don’t use default software settings, don’t make weak passwords, and don’t practice poor MFA hygiene. No surprise there for most security teams, but apparently, it’s common enough that they all made the top 10 list of things people do anyway.

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.

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.

GAO Finds Gaps in DoD Cyberdefenses, Highlights Importance of Breach and Attack Simulation Tools

AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform gives an agency a proactive—rather than a reactive—security posture. It enables continuous validation of security controls to definitively establish the effectiveness of key initiatives, to include zero-trust controls that prevent adversaries from moving laterally across a network, as in the case of SolarWinds.
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