Breach and attack simulation developer, AttackIQ, is making significant strides in broadening its customer base and enhancing its product portfolio with the introduction of new software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings. The company aims to cater to smaller businesses and testing newcomers, challenging the misconception that adversary emulation and automated testing are only suitable for mature organizations. AttackIQ’s recent customer expansion follows its U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) approval to sell its Security Optimization Platform to government agencies, helping them identify security gaps.The Expanded AttackIQ PortfolioAttackIQ’s expanded portfolio now includes AttackIQ Flex, AttackIQ Ready!, and AttackIQ Enterprise, offering testing solutions for organizations of all sizes and experience levels. The company seeks to address the fact that almost half of cyberattacks target small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs), which have often been left untested due to the perception that testing solutions are exclusive to larger enterprises.AttackIQ Flex: This on-demand, pay-as-you-go, agentless test-as-a-service solution provides a simplified user experience with detailed security performance metrics and mitigations. Organizations can conduct granular security validation without recurring fees or complex deployments. AttackIQ Flex aims to expand test-as-a-service beyond traditional security organizations, enabling anyone within the organization to utilize the solution.AttackIQ CEO Brett Galloway emphasized the removal of the need for long-term licenses, making security validation accessible to all, regardless of their background or industry. Organizations can now pay as they go to initiate, run, or expand their testing program to meet specific demands, whether they are first-time testers, expanding testing to new divisions, undergoing a merger and acquisition process, or onboarding a new military alliance network.AttackIQ Ready!: This newly launched and fully managed breach and attack simulation (BAS) service targets SMBs, offering an automated security control validation platform. It includes a deep library of MITRE ATT&CK-aligned adversary emulations that generate actionable reports and clear remediation recommendations on a weekly and monthly basis. The service also incorporates attack graphs and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) alert content from the AttackIQ Adversary Research Team.AttackIQ Enterprise: As the company’s flagship SaaS offering for mature security organizations, AttackIQ Enterprise remains a co-managed service for large enterprises. Customers manage the full AttackIQ SaaS platform and have access to the entire testing library at any time.Democratizing Cybersecurity TestingCarl Wright, AttackIQ Chief Commercial Officer, emphasized that with AttackIQ Ready! and AttackIQ Flex, the company is democratizing cybersecurity testing, extending its expertise and solutions to the entire market. These new offerings enable organizations of all sizes and experience levels to expand their testing capabilities whenever they need.By providing flexible, on-demand testing options and fully managed services, AttackIQ is removing barriers to entry and ensuring that cybersecurity testing is within reach for everyone. Smaller businesses and testing newcomers can now benefit from cutting-edge security validation tools previously accessible only to larger enterprises.As the threat landscape continues to evolve, proactive and continuous security testing becomes essential for organizations to identify and address vulnerabilities effectively. AttackIQ’s commitment to expanding its reach and offerings contributes to strengthening the overall cybersecurity posture and better protecting businesses of all sizes against cyber threats.In conclusion, AttackIQ’s new SaaS products and customer expansion efforts signify a significant step towards democratizing cybersecurity testing and making advanced security validation accessible to organizations regardless of their size or experience level.
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October 20, 2023
October 20, 2023