Enterprises make significant investments in security controls in an attempt to reduce the risk of a breach. Unfortunately, these organizations lack the ability to understand if those investments would withstand the threats that are specifically targeting them. Verodin and Anomali joint customers are able to identify gaps in their controls or misconfigurations that could enable a specific threat actor to compromise them. Once an organization has a baseline understanding of their coverage, they can tune and optimize their security stack to reach a higher level of assurance, reducing the risk of falling victim to an attack.
Understand the performance of your security controls against the most relevant threat actors, their TTPs and tools
Automate end-to-end integration and reporting
Fast, scalable implementation on- premises and in the cloud
Security teams are tasked with stopping adaptive threat actors, but lack full control of the environments they are protecting. As threats evolve and infrastructure changes occur, security teams struggle to understand how well they are protected against motivated adversaries.
By Leveraging Verodin’s Threat Actor Assurance Module (TAAM) and the Anomali Threat Platform, joint customers are able to both baseline and continuously validate their end- to-end controls against the most relevant threat actor techniques and tools. Using Advanced Environmental Drift Analysis, any changes in control effectiveness are immediately revealed to the security team.
Joint customers are able to better manage risk by removing assumptions and understanding of how well their security controls would defend them against the actual threats that are targeting them. Insights gained enable customers to make effective optimization and mitigation decisions, significantly reducing the risk of a breach.
Despite investments in threat intelligence programs, security teams find that there is a gap between knowing and stopping enemies. They lack an automated evidence-based way to assess the weaknesses in their controls and prioritize improvements.
The Verodin Threat Actor Assurance Module (TAAM) integrates with the Anomali Threat Platform, enabling users to validate the effectiveness of their security controls against the techniques and tools of specific threat actors.
Joint customers are able to improve the ROI of their threat intelligence and security programs by leveraging threat actor profiles to improve the effectiveness of their security controls. The gap between knowing the adversary and being prepared for them is closed by the ability to immediately and continuously validate the performance of specific controls.