ThreatSpike Red helps organizations of all sizes close their cybersecurity gaps by providing continuous, unlimited testing and scanning of applications and websites to identify vulnerabilities.
The new managed service gives customers complete visibility into their costs, making advanced offensive cybersecurity accessible to more organizations, large and small.
Compared to traditional penetration testing, which is performed once or twice a year, ThreatSpike Red enables customers to conduct continuous cybersecurity assessments, and through red team exercises that actually test their defenses, Reach a deeper level.
It helps companies manage their cybersecurity posture, monitor performance, respond to emerging threats, protect their business from cyberattacks, and build customer trust.
ThreatSpike CEO Adam Blake explains: all. This creates a risky cybersecurity gap that gives attackers a greater opportunity to attack quickly. The consequences can be devastating, from lost revenue and reputation to compliance failures and corporate collapse. ”
“ThreatSpike Red disrupts the traditional penetration testing and cybersecurity services market by democratizing access to offensive cybersecurity services through a transparent flat-rate service. This means that not only do you benefit from aggressive cybersecurity, but you can keep your business protected.In challenging economic times, our solutions ensure that managing both security and costs is critical to business success. We resolve the tension between these when it matters,” continues Blake.
The service includes initial reconnaissance, vulnerability scanning, security assessment and reporting, plus unlimited red team attack exercises and penetration testing to stress test systems and increase employee cyber threat awareness. to judge
ThreatSpike Red is delivered through a combination of manual and automated approaches by ThreatSpike’s team of experienced security specialists.
ThreatSpike Red exceeds the requirements of the NCSC Cyber Essentials certification, enabling clients to demonstrate a robust approach to trusted cybersecurity.
Adam Blake continues: If a hacker gains access to one of his machines in a company, he has a 90% chance of a major data breach, and the average company believes he can be hacked and ransomed in a day. may occur. Additionally, we found that businesses were unprepared to respond to new threats and vulnerabilities. This means it can be hacked before you even know it’s at risk. That is why continuous offensive cybersecurity is so important. This closes the gap and narrows the opportunities for attackers. ”