Simulating MITRE ATT&CK techniques using Breach & Attack Simulation (BAS) Simulating MITRE ATT&CK techniques using Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) is becoming a powerful tool for cyber security professionals to test and improve cyber defences. By replicating the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by real-world cyber adversaries, BAS tools can help companies to identify
Will Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) replace manual penetration testing? That is the question that many CISOs and security professionals are looking to understand in 2023. Breach and Attack Simulation is a relatively new niche part of the cyber security tools market, but one that is growing rapidly. Frost & Sullivan Research estimates that the
Automated Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) is a valuable tool for organisations because it allows them to simulate and validate their security defences against a wide variety of threat scenarios without causing damage or disruption to the business. Here are 5 reasons why Automated Breach and Attack Simulation should be a priority for organizations in
MITRE ATT&CK and Breach & Attack Simulation MITRE ATT&CK® is a free resource that all cyber defenders should be aware of and use in their defensive preparations. The ATT&CK framework is a comprehensively documented kill-chain of attacker behaviours, classified by Tactics, Techniques and Procedures. In this blog, we offer advice to help get started with
Tesco Plc recently disclosed in its 2022 Annual Report that it had conducted a cyber stress test to simulate the potential affect that a damaging cyber incident would have on its business and specifically, on the financial impact of having its customer data compromised. An article written by Verdict concludes that the fact that Tesco
Validato is delighted to announce that it is only one of five high potential cyber startups in the UK invited to join the NCSC for Startups programme, delivered in partnership with Plexal. This is a programme designed by the UK's NCSC to engage with private sector technology companies to combat the nationwide threat of Ransomware.