October 1, 2018 | SC Media

Print Issue: October 1, 2018

XM Cyber HaXM

Reviewed by Matthew Hreben & Michael Diehl Vendor:  XM Cyber Product:  HaXM Price:  Based on network size. Contact:  xmcyber.com What it does: Attack simulation platform with a strong focus on automation. What we liked: Beautiful UI that allows you to see the “battleground” and watch how an attack could spread through the environment. HaXM is…

Emerging Products: Breach and Attack Simulation

By Michael Diehl, Technology Editor Security testing is a task challenging enough that many professionals don’t even try to learn how to do it themselves. Nevertheless, it is extremely vital to your security posture – most compliance standards require organizations to perform security testing on a regular basis. But taking the various network components, systems…

Picus Breach & Attack Simulation Platform

Reviewed by Matthew Hreben & Michael Diehl Vendor:  Picus Security Product:  Picus Breach & Attack Simulation Platform Price: $25,000 per vector assessment. Contact:  picussecurity.com What it does:  Breach and attack simulation platform. What we liked:  Simulation platform with a strong emphasis on remediation. Picus has gone out of their way to help security teams remediate findings.…

Cymulate APT

Reviewed by Matthew Hreben & Michael Diehl Vendor:  Cymulate Product:  Cymulate APT Price:  $30,000 to $500,000 based on company size, number of attack vectors and number of assessments per year. Contact:  cymulate.com What it does: Attack simulation platform that focuses on multiple attack vectors. What we liked: Simulation platform with a beautiful UI. This solution…

Threatcare App

Reviewed by Matthew Hreben & Michael Diehl Vendor:  Threatcare Product:  Threatcare App Price: $50/month or $395/year for the app and $225/month or $1,995/year for the add-on agent. Contact:  threatcare.com What it does: Attack simulation platform that focuses on multiple attack vectors. What we liked: Threatcare App is portable and can be run from a mobile…

Exposed! Open and misconfigured cloud servers

Tesla had one. Robocent had one. Walmart had one. GoDaddy had one. Misconfigured servers and databases in the cloud – exposing with critical information – are trending on the internet. In fact, they’re all the rage. At first we “oooo” and “aaah” at the criticality of the information exposed and shudder at the potential consequences…

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