The Power of Purple Teaming: Bridging the Gap between Offensive and Defensive Cybersecurity
Learn how purple teaming can help organizations be proactive in cybersecurity by bridging gaps between red teaming and blue teaming. Discover the major business and technical challenges faced by cyber leaders and how purple teaming can address them.
How Purple Teaming Can Help Organizations Be Proactive in Cybersecurity
Cyber threats are continuously evolving, and organizations need to be proactive in protecting their assets and sensitive data. Purple teaming has emerged as a collaborative approach to cybersecurity that bridges the gap between red teaming and blue teaming. Picus webinar shows that purple teaming can help organizations be proactive in addressing major business and operational/technical challenges in cybersecurity.
What is Purple Teaming?
Purple teaming is a collaborative approach to cybersecurity that combines the offensive tactics of the red team and the defensive strategies of the blue team. The purple team works together to simulate cyberattacks and analyze the results to identify vulnerabilities that need to be addressed.
Major Business Challenges for Cyber Leaders
Lack of resources and budget is a major challenge for cyber leaders. Purple teaming can help identify and prioritize critical vulnerabilities, allowing cyber leaders to allocate the necessary resources and budget to address them.
Major Operational/Technical Challenges for Cybersecurity
Lack of communication and collaboration between different teams is a major challenge for organizations. By bridging the gaps between red teaming and blue teaming, purple teaming enables organizations to take a more proactive approach to cybersecurity.
Incorporating purple teaming into an organization's cybersecurity strategy can help bridge the gaps between different teams, identify critical vulnerabilities, and allocate resources effectively. This collaborative approach can help organizations be proactive in protecting their assets and sensitive data from the evolving cyber threats.