SCYTHE is an adversary emulation platform for the enterprise and cybersecurity consulting market. The SCYTHE platform enables Red, Blue, and Purple teams to build and emulate real-world adversarial campaigns in a matter of minutes. SCYTHE allows organizations to continuously assess their risk posture and exposure.
SCYTHE moves beyond just assessing vulnerabilities. It facilitates the evolution from Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) to Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs).
Organizations know they will be breached and should focus on assessing detective and alerting controls. Campaigns are mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, the industry standard and common language between Cyber Threat Intelligence, Blue Teams, and Red Teams.
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Adversaries leverage multiple communication channels to communicate with compromised systems in your environment. SCYTHE allows you to test detective and preventive controls for these various channels: HTTP, HTTPS, DNS, SMB, Google Sheets, Twitter, and Steganography or easily integrate your own.
SCYTHE emulates behaviors that can be mapped directly to MITRE ATT&CK. Each action performed can be tagged for better reporting. Full integration with Atomic Red Team so operators just click on which test case to perform in the given campaign.
Creating campaigns from Cyber Threat Intelligence could not be easier for analysts or operators. You can export and share your custom threats in the SCYTHE Community Threats Github or import threats with two clicks.
Leverage SCYTHE’s threat automation language to automate adversary behaviors and TTPs for reliable and consistent execution every time. SCYTHE can make decisions based on previously executed modules and leverage the results for the next instruction.
The SCYTHE Software Development Kit gives developers a seamless module creation and validation experience to create custom Modules in Python or native code. This enables the revolutionary ecosystem of the SCYTHE marketplace where users can create, share, and/or sell third party modules in a safe, vetted environment.
A central location for operators to upload and deploy files to endpoints within the SCYTHE user interface.
Choose from a rich library of industry threats; and with a single click CUSTOMIZE your Campaign to include everything from Ransomware to Privilege Escalation.
Select your Campaign deployment method and VALIDATE your defenses against Phishing, rogue installs via USB, and more!
View, control, and ANALYZE your endpoints in real time to determine and solidify your remediation strategy.
If you're not measuring everything, then what are you measuring? We help you assess your risk exposure including employees, security products, configurations, security team response, vendors, and partners.
Move beyond compliance or the occasional assessment. It takes a minute to stand up a campaign. Then another... You can continuously assess yourself with little effort to identify the effects of changes and measure progress.
You control what’s done where, when, and how in a simple dashboard. The platform is accessible through SAAS or on your own on-premise server. When a campaign ends, you get a fully detailed technical report and an automated executive report with prioritized recommendations.
We’ve built in numerous safeguards so you can run the platform on your enterprise environment and measure realistic (simulated) business impact.
We have a growing number of communication (including unique stealth options) and capability modules.
Go beyond what’s out of the box and create your own custom modules. Integrate with other platforms to chain together unique tests.
Our platform was built on the idea of emulating all potential permutations that an attacker could use in their campaigns; go beyond Known Knowns to testing with attacks that haven’t even been built yet in the Wild.
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