XM Cyber joins senior-level information security executives across all industries at the IANS 2019 Houston Information Security Forum, in Houston, on September 11.
“Led by esteemed IANS Faculty, the full-day forum plays a pivotal role to gain actionable technical solutions and leadership insights focused on current and emerging challenges facing enterprise security leaders,” said Richard Benigno, SVP Global Sales, XM Cyber. “We are honored to support the event and showcase our HaXM breach and attack simulation platform that helps protect an organization’s critical assets from cyber attackers.”
The IANS 2019 Houston Information Security Forum delivers an immersive curriculum with 15+ sessions, including technical and strategic roundtables. Attendees include CISOs, CIOs, VPs and information security managing directors, security architects and engineers.
To schedule a meeting during the event, please email us at email@example.com.
About XM Cyber
XM Cyber provides the first fully automated breach and attack simulation (BAS) platform to continuously expose attack vectors, from breach point to any organizational critical asset. This continuous loop of automated red teaming is completed by ongoing and prioritized actionable remediation. In effect, XM Cyber’s platform operates as an automated purple team, combining red and blue teams’ processes to ensure that organizations are always one step ahead of the attack. XM Cyber was founded by top executives from the Israeli cyber intelligence community and has offices in the US, UK, Israel and in Australia.
HaXM by XM Cyber is the first breach and attack simulation (BAS) platform to simulate, validate and remediate attackers’ paths to your critical assets 24×7. HaXM’s automated purple teaming aligns red and blue teams to provide the full realistic advanced persistent threat (APT) experience on one hand while delivering vital prioritized remediation on the other. Addressing real-user behavior and exploits, the full spectrum of scenarios is aligned to your organization’s own network to expose blind spots and is executed using the most up-to-date attack techniques safely, without affecting network availability and user experience.