All organisations are at risk of a ransomware attack that could cost your company millions.
Defence in depth is key to security. Intragen have extended their services by partnering with Picus Security. Picus Security’s Breach and Attack Simulation technology ensures the effectiveness of security systems against evolving threats and the fastest response to real-life scenarios. Recognised by Gartner as a Cool Vendor in security and risk management, Picus not only quantifies the threat surface but provides the information needed to improve it 24/7.
Whilst companies pay for perimeter security solutions, the threat is nebulous. How effective are your organisation’s perimeter defences, particularly now people are working from home? Intragen and Picus are joining forces to bring you confidence in your organisation’s security system. An assessment of your current security status will establish where you are, and Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) solution technologies will reveal security weak points before the criminals do. Picus technology combined with Intragen’s expertise and experience ensures a streamlined implementation process to monitor your systems and their defences against attacks.
In terms of day-to-day business optimisation, CISOs can keep track of security operations by providing precise information on potential threats and how well-prepared the organisation’s systems are. This allows for IT budget optimisation by increasing investment utilisation and effectiveness. Security Operation Centre (SOC) teams can improve the way threats are dealt with by blocking threats. IT Security Managers can view metrics to measure the effectiveness of security controls and gain visibility into team performance.
Ian Yoxall, CEO at Intragen said, “Security needs to be a board-level conversation and Picus allows companies to quantify the attack threat. This forms the basis of defence in depth and budgeting to get the best out of your security spend. Additionally, given its easy-to-implement approach, it enables companies to quickly assess the threat landscape.”
H. Alper Memis, CEO & Co-founder of Picus Security said, “We are excited to be partnering with Intragen, an expert integrator that shares the same philosophy we have: threat-centric validation and automation can quickly reveal security shortcomings, pave the way to remediate cyber risk and help keep resilient defences.”