Further enhancements to our continuous automated cyber attack simulations platform
At ATTACKIFY, our mission has always been to offer an agile, automated, and continuous Breach & Attack simulation platform. While we’ve been incredibly proud of the wide array of attack simulation and security control modules we’ve provided to our users with additional functionality and features, today we bring some new features to usability.
We are happy to unveil our latest feature – The Scheduler.
Ok so that introduction made it sound like we built some scary hitman or something much bigger….but alas no we did not, its really just a simple re-ocurring scheduler to running attack modules. You can now automate simulation modules on a continuous schedule (:
Here’s a glimpse of what the scheduler brings to the table:
Flexibility in Scheduling: Whether you prefer daily, weekly, or monthly checks, the scheduler is designed to accommodate. Set your preferred frequency, and let ATTACKIFY handle the rest.
Granular Control: The scheduler isn’t just about setting a timeframe. Choose to run a module on a single endpoint or deploy it across an entire environment of endpoints. Whether you’re testing one system or an entire fleet, the scheduler ensures you’re always in control.
Seamless Integration with Existing Modules: Every attack or security control module in ATTACKIFY can now be added to a regular schedule. Simply pick a module, set it on a schedule, and let the automation take over.
While the scheduler is undoubtedly the star of our latest update, it’s essential to note that this isn’t the only improvement:
UI Enhancements: We’ve made some really great progresson our user interface to make it even more intuitive and user-friendly, ensuring that your experience with ATTACKIFY remains unparalleled. We have also squashed a couple minor bugs here and there.
Backend System Upgrades: Our commitment to performance and reliability means regular updates to our backend and core systems, making them faster and more robust. Many enhancements are catering towards our roadmap of more features and improvements coming in the near future.
We owe the inception of the scheduler (and other fixes) to you – our community. Your invaluable feedback and consistent demand for such a feature highlighted the need for further automation in our platform. Today’s release of the scheduler’s first version is a testament to our commitment to listening to our users and continuously evolving based on your needs.
The introduction of the first version of the scheduler to ATTACKIFY is a significant leap forward in our quest to offer the most comprehensive and user-friendly Breach & Attack simulation platform. We’re excited to see how our community leverages this new feature, and as always, we’re eager to hear your feedback.
Stay safe, stay updated, and keep simulating!