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Verodin carries out attacks safely to test network security

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Apr 18, 2016.

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    A software platform from startup Verodin launches simulated attacks against live networks as a way to check the effectiveness of their defenses and also train security operations personnel.

    Verodin’s gear includes software probes that are deployed in customer networks to act as both attackers and targets. Data about the effectiveness of the simulated attacks is fed to a Web-based management platform called a controller that shows how well the network defended itself.

    Verodin’s platform is similar to that from another startup called AttackIQ.

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