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SafeBreach is the world's most widely used continuous security validation platform in enterprise companies. The company's patented platform empowers CISOs and their teams to validate security controls, maximize their effectiveness, and drive down risk.
SafeBreach provides a "hacker's view" of an enterprise's security posture by continuously validating security controls and presenting findings in customized dashboards to enable stakeholders to cleanly focus on the biggest risk to the organization. SafeBreach automatically and safely executes thousands of attack methods to validate network, endpoint, cloud, container, and email security controls against the Hacker's Playbook, the world's largest collection of attack data broken down by methods, tactics, and threat actors. Data from SafeBreach validations can improve SOC team responses and empower management to make smarter decisions to better manage risk and invest resources.
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 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.
SafeBreach is ranked 5th in Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) while XM Cyber HaXM is ranked 6th in Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS). SafeBreach is rated 0.0, while XM Cyber HaXM is rated 0.0. On the other hand, SafeBreach is most compared with Cymulate, Verodin, AttackIQ, Picus Security and FireEye Network Security, whereas XM Cyber HaXM is most compared with Cymulate, Pentera, Verodin, AttackIQ and Picus Security.
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