Cymulate announced the expansion of its Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM) Platform to include advanced insights and analytics capabilities.
As businesses struggle to manage attack surfaces and validate security controls, these new data-driven capabilities significantly improve risk visibility and deliver actionable insights for reducing remediation time. Businesses also now gain enhanced levels of granularity for setting and tracking cybersecurity performance metrics and KPIs, which are required for improving cyber resilience.
“Now, more than ever, organizations require automated contextual reporting of exposure findings to understand and optimize their security posture,” said Avihai Ben-Yossef, CTO and Co-Founder of Cymulate. “Our new analytics layer provides critical data for prioritizing mitigations and fine-tuning configurations for closing security gaps. This prioritization is key for effectiveness in times of skills shortage. Additionally, technical jargon is translated into meaningful reports that can be used to more effectively inform business stakeholders.”
Cymulate’s platform, the industry’s gold standard for continuous threat exposure management (CTEM) programs, provides customers with an efficient way to validate their cybersecurity posture continuously and on-demand. Proven to reduce operational drain and cost, Cymulate automatically tests networks, applications, and endpoint security against the latest threats in the wild. Plus, its native, offensive security technology and capabilities accelerate response time by dynamically assessing and responding to security posture risks.
Customers benefit from Cymulate Security Posture Management Analytics capabilities with the ability to quickly normalize, aggregate, and analyze data across the platform’s automated cyberattacks functionality. The holistic solution combines Attack Surface Management, automated red-teaming, Breach and Attack Simulation, automated security validation, and vulnerability prioritization, providing a clear and holistic view of the business’s security posture.
Based on global analytics findings, users can improve security readiness by
- Establishing baselines on multiple attack vectors and gaining consistency in measuring against them
- Viewing and building dynamic dashboards for insights and visualization of results
- Demonstrating trends and improving awareness of security posture drift
- Tracking remediation efforts with ticketing systems’ integrations
- Generating customized reports so security teams can rerun attacks to assess whether remediation efforts have been successful
- Justifying security spending in a quantifiable manner and showcasing security achievements over a specified period of time.
These new features will be on display at Black Hat USA 2022.