The 3 approaches of Breach and Attack Simulation technologies

A guide to the nuances of BAS, helping you stay one step ahead of cyber criminals


Until recently, the cybersecurity professional’s arsenal of testing tools has mainly consisted of vulnerability scanners and manual penetration testing. But that has changed since Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) technology has become available. 

All BAS solutions are able to simulate threat actor’s hostile activities with some level of automation, yet different BAS vendors offer different approaches, each with its own set of capabilities, benefits and drawbacks.

This whitepaper takes a closer look at the different categories of BAS solutions, to make it easier for CISOs, CIOs and other cybersecurity professionals to select the most appropriate BAS solution for their organisation. 

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