Organizations commonly use penetration testing to understand the security posture of their network infrastructure and uncover vulnerabilities. Pen test services can be very expensive and are often ineffective—many modern network security platforms preemptively block them, because they view the test as a network attack.
To work around this, you have to coordinate your pen test with the network security team so they can whitelist appropriate sources. This extra work means that penetration testing ends up being an infrequent activity—once every few months, or worse, once every year. Meanwhile, your infrastructure is constantly evolving in between these tests. How can you be sure you haven’t opened up a new vulnerability in between scans?
With Batfish Enterprise Virtual NMAP, you can pen test your network continuously, without sending a single packet. Batfish Enterprise tracks every configuration change of your network, so you have the latest view of your network security at all times and can quickly remediate any changes as they come up, instead of waiting for the next network scan and risking that a security hole has opened up in the meantime.
Virtual NMAP is a comprehensive analysis of your network, unlocking insights into all the possible flows that can reach any end-point. Just a quick glance at this dashboard and you can identify potential security holes.
Check out this video to see it in action in our AWS demo environment: