You're probably aware that large-scale cyber assaults occur regularly, but you may not know what to do about it. Even if you have a security system in place, it's likely reactive and doesn't address the constant threat of new attacks.
Cybersecurity is a critical issue for businesses of all sizes. In fact, 60% of small businesses go out of business within six months of a cyberattack.
Prancer is here to help. Our patented attack automation framework aggressively validates your zero-trust cloud security measures against real-world critical attacks to harden your cloud ecosystem continuously. We also offer API Security validation and penetration testing as a service (PTaaS) functionality, so you can rest easy knowing your business is safe from harm.
It's tedious for security experts to review a large number of findings from various security tools to understand the critical impact of attackers. Prancer's attack path analyzer evaluates the current risk score based on real-time application penetration testing findings and infrastructure vulnerability discoveries to provide a more accurate risk assessment.
Companies should be prepared for Zero-day vulnerabilities to avoid expensive and time-consuming cleanups. Prancer's Zero-Day As A Service (ZDaaS TM) automatically discovers and pentests the applications and APIs against zero-days and common cloud CVEs in real-time. In the most recent Log4J episode, Prancer not only identified apps with high-risk profiles but also validated cloud infrastructure and supply-chain security fixes.
Prancer effectively gives developers and security analysts access to a ready-to-use, managed pentesting platform early in the SDLC process (shift-left features). The Prancer CLI is deployed directly into CI pipelines to allow for automatic application security testing at each build, plus real-time testing in post-deployment pipelines. These technologies create a hybrid approach that combines the best elements of defense-in-depth and validation-in-depth security measures.
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) tools can't analyze contemporary web applications or APIs in a contextual white-box view for container and serverless apps. Usually, DAST relies on embedded agents on the runtime networks, which is no longer feasible. DAST evaluation presents difficulties integrating bespoke business logic into authenticated scans. With Pentesting As Code (PAC TM) framework, Prancer transparently automates contextual policy as code enforcement from pre-deployment or post-deployment.
API security testing is crucial since many organizations rely on APIs to exchange data and communicate with clients and partners. Any breach may cause significant financial and reputation damage. Furthermore, as APIs become more sophisticated, their protection becomes increasingly challenging. Prancer's Pentesting As Code (PAC TM) framework seamlessly integrates intelligent fuzzers and security policies to secure your APIs at pre-deployment and runtime continuously.
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