Do your current security products and policies effectively protect your critical business assets? SafeBreach delivers continuous, automated testing of your entire security infrastructure using our patented breach simulation technology and the most comprehensive Hacker Playbook in the industry. This ongoing simulation identifies where your security is working, where there are gaps, and which are the highest priority to fix based on potential damage to your business.
Knowing which security gaps to tackle first for the most impactful gains to security posture is vital. SafeBreach enables you to visualize and prioritize your remediation activities to allocate your talent pool to achieve the greatest reduction of risk.
SafeBreach provides actionable guidance on how to remediate the gaps in your security coverage. Technology partnerships with the leading companies in cybersecurity enable you to automate the work of keeping your defenses ahead of changing threats.
Brian Johnson | Senior Security Director, Infosec, PayPal
We’re excited to share insights from the 3rd Edition, with analysis of more than 7,000 breach methods executed across 11.5 million simulations in real production environments.
“Although it may sound overly dramatic, there is a veritable epidemic of misconfigured, disconnected, turned off, and non-optimized security tools all over the organization.”
“Even when organizations are aware of gaps in the security posture, they don’t know where to start…”
"Assessing the efficacy of security products has frequently been a challenge for security teams. The SafeBreach platform delivers empirical data from the point-of-view of an attacker to accurately and continuously assess security."
"My view has always been that you need to monitor and detect BUT that‘s only half of it, prevention comes from thinking like a hacker and hiring individuals that think that way."
September 25, 2019
Safebreach Named a 2020 TAG Cyber Distinguished Vendor
December 5, 2019
SafeBreach Labs has an extensive Hacker's Playbook™ that protects organizations from known threat groups tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). The US-CERT Dridex Malware Alert (AA…