Zero trust's default deny rules function by eliminating conventional network security and static accounts, instead utilizing context-based access methods. Because the VPN era is coming to an end, internet-ready applications are becoming possible. Any faulty zero trust policy, though, may expose your sensitive data to the internet. To avoid this, you need a tool that can provide continuous and contextual validation of your zero trust controls at scale.
People, services, and devices all have unique identities that can be used across different networks and applications. Zero Trust security testing should be flexible enough to assume multiple contexts and contracts to validate the deny and allow lists.
With contextual access policies such as client certificates / MTLS or O-Auth access tokens have become vital for apps to determine data access, agent-based DAST scans that rely on fixed contexts may not be able to identify all potential attack scenarios, especially when testing zero trust applications at scale.
Prancer's pentest As Code ( PAC) framework intuitively delivers threat as code, and 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.
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