The Road to CTEM:

How Breach & Attack Simulation Fuels a Continuous Threat Exposure Management Program

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

According to Gartner, “By 2026, organizations prioritizing their security investments based on a continuous [threat] exposure management program will be three times less likely to suffer from a breach.” Continuous threat exposure management (CTEM) is a formal, five-stage program designed to help organizations better manage cyber risk by finding and mitigating threats in an ongoing, proactive, and prioritized way. The program’s cyclical phases of scoping, discovery, prioritization, validation, and mobilization each serve an important purpose; however, the validation phase is particularly critical in helping organizations verify the impact of their program’s efforts. While traditional validation tools like penetration testing and red teaming may be used, the continuous and automated nature of breach and attack simulation (BAS) makes it a powerful addition for large enterprises looking to improve the readiness, resilience, and efficacy of their security operations via CTEM.

Join us on Thursday, May 30 at 9 am PT | 12 pm ET as SafeBreach experts dive into the details of CTEM and explore how BAS can enhance program implementation within large enterprises. Attendees will learn about:

  • What CTEM is and how it differs from traditional vulnerability management programs
  • Which security tools and technologies can support a CTEM program
  • Why BAS is a critical element for successful CTEM implementation within large enterprises
  • How BAS can be combined with more tradition tools to enhance validation capabilities

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