In this report from 451 Research, discover how enterprises can elevate their security postures and accelerate adoption of risk-based security approaches using Continuous Automated Red Teaming (CART) such as Randori Attack.
Most enterprise security teams struggle to confidently answer key questions about their organization’s security posture. Recognizing that they can no longer maintain the status quo and still secure the organization, enterprises are looking for help to gain insights into their security posture and better understand how they can construct a more resilient cybersecurity program.
Common questions they seek to answer include:
PREPARE AND PRACTICE. Testing the organization’s response to a cybersecurity incident before having to react to one in real time is key to a successful response. While every incident and attack is different, organizations must have confidence that their programs are prepared and ready to respond to evolving threats. With automated red-teaming, enterprises can continually test the impact of attacks at both the strategic and tactical levels, providing insights into response plans, tactics, people and processes.
Aaron Sherrill is a Senior Research Analyst for 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, covering emerging trends, innovation and disruption in the Information Security channel with an emphasis on service providers.
Aaron joined 451 Research after serving as Vice President of Information Security and Chief Technology Officer for two large, pure-play managed service providers. He was instrumental in developing and growing the service provider business, driving the strategy and vision for the companies, developing and leading information security programs, and bringing new managed cloud and security services to the marketplace.
Aaron has 20+ years of experience across a variety industries including serving in IT management for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He holds degrees in business and computer science, and has an MBA along with multiple certifications, including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential.
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