STOP ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREATS (APT) VIA SIMULATION
Advanced Persistent Threats jeopardize enterprises by combining the best in stealth hacking techniques with patience and time. Waiting for the right next step, these techniques move laterally within an organization hunting for the most valuable data to steal. To defend against an APT, you need countermeasures that are themselves advanced and persistent. APT simulation identifies and exposes attack paths that were previously unknown or considered impossible.
KEY ATTRIBUTES OF SUCCESSFUL APT SIMULATION
APT simulations must rely and be updated by the most advanced techniques available.
These simulations must also be persistent, waiting for changes in the network that can be exploited.
APT simulations take a holistic view of the enterprise, combining opportunities like cached credentials and misconfigurations into new attack paths.
A successful APT simulation will constantly search for blind spots and holes in your network and infrastructure security posture, running 24/7 every day
XM CYBER FOR APT SIMULATION
- Performs continuously and safely in your production environment with the full range of virtual hacker capabilities.
- Uses previously collected information and its current network posture to simulate an extremely realistic adversary.
- Alerts you to new risks by identifying misconfigurations, credential issues, patching problems and human error as they arise
- Relies on the most advanced techniques available, including the MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base.
- Identifies all attack vectors specifically targeting your most critical assets
- Quickly prioritize remediation to eliminate risk from outside networks
BENEFITS AND VALUE OF XM CYBER APT SIMULATION
- Creates an automated purple teaming solution that aligns red and blue teams and provides the full realistic APT experience while delivering vital prioritized remediation
- Immediately identify potential threat opportunities as network connections change
- Continuously confirm that hackers can’t reach critical assets whether or not security controls are in place or properly configured