Evolving Detection Engineering Capabilities with BAS

Date: April 30, 2024
Time: 9 am PT | 12 pm ET
Duration: 30 Minutes

Threat actors constantly update their tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs). In response, security teams must also continue to evolve their ability to detect the latest threats to avoid exploitation of security gaps and costly breaches.

This process, called detection engineering, refers to the method of fine-tuning security technologies to better detect malicious activity. The complementary capabilities of breach and attack simulation (BAS) can materially improve security teams’ knowledge and success in detection engineering and help to reduce cyber risk across the security program.

Join us on Tuesday, April 30 at 9 am PT | 12 pm ET as SafeBreach experts explore how a BAS program can enable and improve detection engineering capabilities in large enterprises. Attendees will learn about:

  • The purpose and importance of detection engineering as a means of reducing cyber risk and exposure to known threats
  • How to leverage BAS to evolve and improve detection capabilities, enhance alert systems, and improve incident response workflows and efficiency
  • How large, highly regulated organizations have leveraged SafeBreach for detection engineering to gain efficiency and validate the efficacy of their security investments

Save Your Spot!

Avishai Avivi
CISO, SafeBreach

Derek Krein
Security Services Director, SafeBreach

Jonathan Tillman
Technical Account Manager, SafeBreach