Cybersecurity Readiness Starts with Visibility
Organizations have invested significantly in their cybersecurity tech stack and strategy for decades—and yet attackers have still been able to slip through the cracks. In fact, Verizon estimates that 82% of enterprise breaches should have been stopped by existing security controls but weren’t. Why?
It’s simple: you can’t fix a crack you can't see.
Imagine if you had the visibility needed to determine if your security controls are working the way they should—all the time. Look through these curated resources and see how automated, continuous security control validation can help you understand, manage, and report on your readiness to prevent or withstand an attack.
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Don’t treat cybersecurity hygiene like your car engine light
ESG has just released the key findings of its cybersecurity hygiene and posture management survey, and in a poll of 400 cybersecurity professionals in North American enterprises, the number one action respondents said would improve cybersecurity hygiene? You guessed it: continuous security control validation.
The CISO’s Guide to Cybersecurity Readiness
This CISO’s Guide to Cybersecurity Readiness, we will walk through all of the key considerations that CISO’s need to prepare their security team for the next attack and ensure optimal readiness.
The Boardroom Isn’t Ready for the Next SolarWinds
Attacks like Log4j, SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline have board rooms across the nation questioning their preparedness in combating cybersecurity risks. What can boards do now to be more effective for the next big attack?
What is Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS)?
Over the last decade, cybersecurity spending has increased to over $100 billion per annum globally. Yet adversaries continue to break past organizational cyberdefenses. Breach and attack simulation capabilities emulate adversary behaviors to test and validate that your cyberdefenses work as intended. Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have taken note.
Podcast: Uma Mahesh Reddy on Adopting a Threat-Informed Defense with AttackIQ Vanguard
Get Educated with AttackIQ Academy
AttackIQ Academy offers completely free classes led by seasoned professionals to teach you and your teammates concepts ranging from operationalizing the MITRE ATT&CK framework to purple teaming to vulnerability management.
Start with these courses if you’re looking to increase visibility:
Foundations of MITRE ATT&CK
This training session introduces students to the basics of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework.
Foundations of Purple Teaming
This training session introduces the state-of-the-art practice of purple teaming and its essential nature as the joint operation of red and blue teams.
“We saw the opportunity to automate and run all sorts of attacks and techniques through [breach and attack simulation]. We knew we could dramatically improve visibility into our security effectiveness and be more efficient with our team resources.”
— Mark Jensen, Global Information Security Manager, ISS World Services A/S
See for Yourself
Want to go a bit deeper? Join us for a live or on-demand solution showcase to see how we can help you increase visibility with automated security control validation.