Immediate Threat Intelligence
Cymulate’s Immediate Threat Intelligence vector helps you to test your organization’s security posture against clear and present cyberthreats.
Every day, numerous new payloads and attacks show up in the wild, orchestrated by known and unknown hostile entities. Organizations all over the world are vulnerable to these new threats that have just been launched. The threat of a new zero day or old security gaps that are being exploited to launch a large-scale attack, are a daily worry for CISOs, CIOs, risk managers and other security professionals tasked with safeguarding their organization’s security and reporting their organization’s security posture to executive management.
These new attacks (such as Emotet, Dridex, Ryuk, Trickbot and others) come in different forms, such as an email attachment or a download link appearing on a legitimate or compromised website. After penetrating the organization’s perimeter, they can eventually cause serious damage to an organization. That is why these professionals need to be sure that their cybersecurity framework holds up against such active threats circulating in the wild.
Cymulate’s Immediate Threat Intelligence vector is designed to inform and evaluate your organization’s security posture as quickly as possible against the very latest cyber attacks. The simulation is created by the Cymulate Research Lab which catches and analyzes threats immediately after they are launched by cybercriminals and malicious hackers.
By running this simulation, you can validate within a short time if your organization would be vulnerable to these latest threats and take measures before an attack takes place.
The simulation results are presented in an easy-to-understand comprehensive report. Mitigation recommendations are offered for each threat that has been discovered, and vary according to the type of attack simulated, and the extent to which the attack was able to distribute itself. This allows the organization to truly understand its security posture and take action to improve or update controls where necessary.