You have heard all the hype about zero trust security and are ready to make the switch. But how do you know if your new zero trust implementation is effective? How do you do zero trust validation?
You’re exposing your sensitive data to the internet without a tool that can provide continuous and contextual validation of your zero trust controls at scale.
Prancer can help you. Sign up today for our zero trust validation service!
People, services, and devices have unique identities that can be used across different networks and applications. Zero trust testing should be flexible enough to assume multiple contexts and contracts to validate the deny and allow lists. You can be confident that your data is secure since our platform continuously and contextually validates your zero trust controls.
Contextual access policies such as client certificates / MTLS or OAuth access tokens have become vital for apps to determine data access. Agent-based DAST scans that rely on fixed contexts may only be able to identify some potential attack scenarios, especially when testing zero trust applications at scale.
Prancer's pentest As Code ( PAC) framework intuitively delivers threat as code. It also allows users to emulate automated/controlled attacks using a managed service and provide simple interfaces for incorporating bespoke pentesting scripts to simulate a wide range of attack types, including white-box, black-box, in-network, and out-of-network testing. We deliver unmatched coverage for your infrastructure, APIs, and Web Apps by combining a special low-code and no-code strategy. Prancer provides continuous and contextual validation of your zero trust controls at scale, so you can be sure your data is safe. Our platform is quick, simple to use, and reasonably priced. Without any coding or scripting experience, you can get going in minutes.
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