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Prancer’s 2024 Vision: Revolutionizing Cybersecurity with BAS & Automated Pentesting

September 8, 2023

Cybersecurity budgets for medium-sized companies, including BAS, are typically between 10% and 14% of their IT budget

How does Prancer Breach and Attack Simulation and Automated Pentesting technology contribute to the average company’s cybersecurity business plans that include the following?

Prancer Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) and Automated Pentesting technology can significantly enhance a company’s cybersecurity posture, aligning with various aspects of the typical cybersecurity business plans, including the following:

  1. Technology and Tools: BAS and Automated Pentesting tools are integral components of a company’s cybersecurity technology arsenal. They continuously simulate real-world cyberattacks, helping organizations identify vulnerabilities in their systems, including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and encryption solutions. By pinpointing weaknesses, these tools contribute to informed technology investments.
  2. Personnel and Training: Implementing BAS and Automated Pentesting requires cybersecurity professionals skilled in their operation. Investing in training programs to familiarize the team with these technologies ensures they can effectively use them to bolster the company’s defense strategies.
  3. Compliance and Regulations: BAS and Automated Pentesting assist in meeting compliance requirements by proactively testing systems for vulnerabilities. This contributes to regulatory compliance and ensures adherence to data protection laws and industry-specific regulations.
  4. Incident Response and Recovery: BAS tools provide insights into how well an organization’s incident response plans work by simulating breaches. This helps allocate resources effectively for incident response planning and recovery efforts.
  5. Third-Party Services: Companies can utilize BAS and Automated Pentesting services provided by third-party vendors, reducing the need for in-house expertise. This allocation of budget allows for comprehensive security testing and auditing by external experts.
  6. Security Awareness and Education: BAS helps educate employees about cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities by simulating realistic attack scenarios. This educational aspect can reduce human errors and enhance security awareness.
  7. Risk Assessment and Management: Prancer BAS and Automated Pentesting tools continuously evaluate emerging threats and vulnerabilities, contributing to risk assessment and the adaptation of security measures accordingly.
  8. Infrastructure Upgrades: Identifying vulnerabilities through BAS helps organizations prioritize infrastructure upgrades and enhancements, ensuring a robust security posture.
  9. Insurance: Demonstrating proactive cybersecurity measures with the use of BAS and Automated Pentesting may lead to favorable cybersecurity insurance terms, potentially reducing the financial impact of a breach.
  10. Research and Development: Organizations can allocate budget to research and development efforts using BAS to create innovative security solutions and stay ahead of evolving cyber threats.


In summary, Prancer BAS and Automated Pentesting technology play a vital role in multiple aspects of a company’s cybersecurity business plans, from identifying vulnerabilities to improving incident response and compliance efforts, ultimately contributing to a stronger cybersecurity posture.