For security leaders and practitioners, It's no longer a question of whether you can find security products to address a security issue, it's whether they are working as expected. The average enterprise deploys 75 different security products, sifts through 17,000 pieces of malware every week, of which only 19% are deemed worthy of action.
Adding complexity to security operations, most security products are point products from a variety of vendors that don't necessarily work well or integrate with others, introducing more and more manual efforts to maintain protection from a threat landscape that is increasingly automated.
In a survey released by Barkly in May 2016 of 350 IT pros:
If attackers are challenging our defenses every day, why aren't we? SafeBreach allows you to do this in an automated way, without impacting the environment. For example, in a PCI environment that is supposed to be segmented by a firewall, SafeBreach can continuously challenge the assumption that credit card information is not accessible.
According to the SafeBreach customer, a CISO of a leading mobile and online messaging company, “The most important thing is validation -- validating your controls and assumptions. We all know assumptions break easily when checked. It’s not just about offense versus defense, because over time we have invested money in both areas. The bottom line is you must validate your controls, your beliefs and that the concept in your mind is true.”