Improve your organization's resilience through security testing that incorporates Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP) used by today's advanced threat actors.
In today’s changing security environment, where advanced persistent threats (APT) are playing such a dramatic and notable role, it is the security organization’s responsibility to ensure senior leadership understands and accepts risk associated with modern-day advanced threat actors.
Advanced threat simulations provide real-world scenarios for measuring your organization's effectiveness at detecting and responding to actual Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP) used by advanced threat actors. Praetorian's methodology follows the APT lifecycle observed in many targeted, real-world attacks over the last decade.Advanced threat simulation methodology →
Understand your organization's ability to withstand Denial of Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Measure the effectiveness of your response to DoS/DDoS attacks to ensure future business continuity. Praetorian will review your organization's capabilities, conduct tabletop exercises and execute controlled real-world DoS/DDoS stress testing.
Assess and identify gaps in your organization's detection and incident response capabilities while measuring the effectiveness of your data loss/leak prevention (DLP) and intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDPS). Understand latest trends you are seeing, the evolution of APT threat actors, and the potential cost to your organization if you do not adequately prepare to defend against and resist Advanced Threat actors.
A simulated phishing campaign provides two key benefits to a security conscious organization. First, the results will create a benchmark on the organization's vulnerability to a phishing attack, metrics on what percentage of their employee base is likely to fall victim, and the adequacy of compensating security controls to protect them. Second, a simulated phishing campaign provides structured, on the spot user awareness training where employees learn how to help keep the organization safe and secure.Phishing campaign methodology →