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Visualize and Remediate High-risk Paths In Your Internal Network
With cybersecurity breaches now an operational reality, it’s essential to plan for the worst. Key to an assumed breach mindset is understanding how, having achieved initial access to your network, sophisticated adversaries could accomplish their objectives by exploiting previously undiscovered vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
Picus Attack Path Validation (APV) enables security teams to automatically discover and visualize the steps an evasive attacker could take to compromise critical systems and accounts. Simulating real-world adversary actions, this powerful tool uncovers attack paths that pose the greatest risk and provides insights to remediate them.
Why Attack Path Validation?
Reveals and Validates Paths to Critical Assets
Picus APV identifies the shortest route attackers could take to compromise your Windows Active Directory and simulates real-world adversary actions to validate that they are actual paths that can be exploited, not ones that exist theoretically.
Provides a Holistic View of your Internal Attack Surface
Unlike manual red teaming exercises, which are conducted from a single initial access point, Picus APV provides a broader perspective by enabling you to run simulations from multiple areas of your network and obtain results in hours, not weeks.
Helps Prioritize Vulnerabilities
Identify entities on your network where multiple attack paths converge and prioritize mitigating vulnerabilities and misconfigurations at these ‘choke points’ to achieve the best security impact for the least effort.
Hardens Active Directory Security
Mitigate weaknesses that could enable an attacker to compromise a Domain Administrator and gain control of all users, systems and data in your environment.
Automates Manual Red Teaming
Save time and money by automating offensive security testing and ensure that when you do commission manual assessments, they deliver better outcomes and value.
Tests Security Control Effectiveness
Use Picus APV to gauge whether your organization’s endpoint security is configured to prevent and detect lateral movement and other evasive techniques used by adversaries.
Automated attack path mapping
Visualize high-risk attack paths to understand how adversaries could compromise users and machines in order to gain Windows domain administrator privileges.
Validation, not just discovery
To provide confidence that attack paths pose an actual rather than a theoretical risk, Picus APV validates them by simulating a wide range of attack actions. Available actions include credential harvesting, lateral movement, pivoting, and more.
Intelligent Adversary Decision Engine
Attack Path Validation is powered by an intelligent decision engine that closely replicates the approach of real-world attackers. By conducting discovery and enumeration in your environment, it determines how to complete an objective in the most efficient and evasive way possible.
Tailor simulations to your requirements by defining a scope and by selecting the type of harvesting and access actions that can be leveraged by the product's engine to achieve an objective.
Fully agentless deployment
With no agents to install and configure in your environment, it’s easy to get started with Picus APV. Run either a script or an executable file on an initial access point to begin a simulation.
Continuous assessment of Active Directory security is vital since an attacker that has gained domain admin privileges can access all of an organization’s systems, users and data.
By identifying and helping to eliminate the shortest attack paths to an AD, Picus Attack Path Validation strengthens network security and helps to mitigate the risk of breaches becoming major business-impacting incidents.
Picus Attack Path Validation simulates a wide range of actions to not just discover paths but also validate that they pose a genuine risk. Tailor assessments to your requirements by setting the available actions an assessment can leverage.
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