Compare AttackIQ vs. Picus Security

AttackIQ is ranked 7th in Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) while Picus Security is ranked 4th in Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS). AttackIQ is rated 0, while Picus Security is rated 0. On the other hand, AttackIQ is most compared with Cymulate, whereas Picus Security is most compared with Verodin and SafeBreach.
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The AttackIQ platform enables continuous validation that your security controls, processes and people are working as intended and delivering ROI. It seamlessly integrates into any existing network, delivering immediate visibility into your security program so you can uncover gaps in coverage, identify misconfigurations, and quickly prioritize remediation efforts.

Independent from any vendor or technology, the unparalleled Picus Platform is designed to continuously measure the effectiveness of security defenses by using emerging threat samples in production environments. Created by a team that’s been working together more than 10 years already and has proven their expertise in enterprise cybersecurity, Picus is trusted by many large multinational corporations and government agencies.

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Akbank, Exclusive Networks, Garanti, ING Bank, QNB Finansbank, Turkcell, Vodafone, Yapı Kredi
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