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HACK YOURSELF – Find it before THEY do!

Why it is worthwhile to hack your own IT security infrastructure regularly yourself.
Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) tools enable security teams to hack their own network and simulate cyber attacks in their productive network.

10/7/2020 11:30:00 AM – 10/7/2020 11:45:00 AM

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Why it is worthwhile to hack your own IT security infrastructure regularly yourself.
Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) tools enable security teams to hack their own network and simulate cyber attacks in their productive network.

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Security is never static - with ever new cyber attacks, misconfigurations and various security tools, new challenges for network security are constantly evolving.
How can you achieve control over this ever-changing threat landscape? With Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) tools, SecOps teams can turn the tables - by hacking themselves. Tools like Keysight Threat Simulator allow security teams to simulate the entire kill chain of cyber attacks in their production network.
BAS tools such as Threat Simulator not only simulate the kill chain for cyber attacks, but also provide SecOps teams with security spend analysis and dynamic remediation recommendations:

- Budget optimization by maximizing the effectiveness of existing security controls and processes
- Continuous measurement and testing of the current safety situation
- Prevent previous incidents and cyber attacks from happening again
- Understand how new cyber threats behave in a production environment
- Determine the right mix of security controls and realistic cyber risks

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