On January 11, NetSPI VP of Research Scott Sutherland was featured in the Help Net Security article called 4 Key Shifts in the Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) Market. Read the preview below or view it online.
The increase in the number of attack surfaces along with the rise in cybercriminal sophistication is generating technical debt for security operations centers (SOCs), many of which are understaffed and unable to dedicate time to effectively manage the growing number of security tools in their environment.
Yet, regardless of these challenges, SOC teams are tasked to continuously evolve and adapt to defend against emerging, sophisticated threats.
There are several major players in the BAS market that promise continuous automated security control validation. Many can replicate specific attacker behavior and integrate with your telemetry stack to verify that the behavior was observed, generated an alert, and was blocked.
But as the BAS market continues to evolve, there’s also an opportunity to address shortcomings. In the new year, we expect to see several incremental improvements to BAS solutions, with these four themes leading the charge.
More Streamlined Product Deployment to Reduce Costs
Many fully automated security control validation solutions include hidden costs. First, they require up-front configuration for their on-site deployments, which may also require customizations to ensure everything works properly with the integrations. Additionally, BAS solutions need to be proactively maintained, and for enterprise environments this often requires dedicated staff.
As a result, we’ll see BAS vendors work harder to streamline their product deployments to help reduce the overhead cost for their customers through methods such as providing more SaaS-based offerings.
You can read the full article at Help Net Security!
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