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Breach & Attack Simulation

Breach & Attack Simulation (BAS) enables organizations to simulate attack path and expanded kill chain used by attackers/cyber criminals against the organizations.
Breach & Attack Simulation (BAS) enables organizations to simulate attack path and expanded kill chain used by attackers/cyber criminals against the organizations. A thorough BAS exercise helps to evaluate the performance of security controls and processes implemented as a security solution.

BAS allows you to find the performance gaps, strengthen your security posture, and improve overall incident response capabilities. BAS platforms provide automation that enables the platform to work autonomously and to scale to support the largest global enterprise.

An advanced cybersecurity breach simulator simulates, assesses and validates the most current attack techniques used by advanced persistent threats (APTs) and other malicious entities. It does this along the entire attack path to an organization’s critical assets, then provides a prioritized list of remediation steps if any vulnerabilities are discovered.
REPORTING
The report outlines steps to reproduce the simulated on the provided environment to understand internal infrastructure.
ANALYSIS
Once the simulation is done, the cyber red team and blue team work closely to observe and perform analysis to understand caught alerts and passed attacks.
RECONNANISSANCE
In this place enumeration task is performed on the provided environment to understand internal infrastructure.
SIMULATE TTPS
In this place, the TTPs from the ATT&CK framework are simulated against the environment using manual approach and automatic tools.

How BAS helps organizations

1. Evaluate & improve security controls implemented in the organization
2. Simulating multiple, different attack paths in a very short period
3. Testing the efficacy of new security controls and the security of specific data assets
4. BAS is automated method and provide continues monitoring

BAS Operational Model

Black Box Operational Model
In Black Box operational model, the cyber red team is provided just with the target name. Post which the cyber red team uses various TTPs listed in the ATT&CK framework and follow a linear approach from reconnaissance to impact phase. During this phase the cyber red team attempts to gain foothold into their customer’s environment, elevate rights, steal data or achieve some desired effect.
This operational model comes with a limitation that cyber red team needs to face the restriction that are not faced by a real adversary. The restrictions include time, scope, compliance with the law issues (based upon the state and the country).
Assumed Breach Operational Model
In Assumed Breach Operational Model, the cyber red team work with the organization’s blue team to train and assess network defenses. This operational model starts with a plausible scenario. The scenario assumes that the adversary has achieved initial foothold onto one of the organization’s host. Post this an objective is defined wherein the blue team of the organization has to track and note down all the alerts which are caught by the blue team tools against the TTPs used by the adversary. This concept was introduced from Integrated Training Team at NASA.

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