Attack surfaces are changing and security teams can’t keep up
Hacker talent is in short supply with 3.12 million hacker jobs going unfilled in 2021. As a result, large companies struggle to adapt in ways that effectively manage risks to their attack surface. Even then, the traditional focus on pentesting and vulnerability management means only some assets are tested. The current system can't keep up with expanding attack surfaces.
The rise of work-from-home and cloud sharing technology has led to rapid and often unmonitored expansion of attack surfaces. In order to effectively defend expanding attack surfaces, continuous infrastructure-level security validation is essential. Hadrian’s autonomous Red Teaming mimics the approach of a hacker offering continuous testing on the entire attack surface.