Meet Requirements, Save Money, and Reduce Risk for Cyber Insurance
Actuarial data is at the heart of the insurance industry and for good reason: Working with large sample populations, insurers can accurately determine the likelihood and severity of a covered event and set rates accordingly.
That’s why many cybersecurity insurance companies and underwriters are requiring penetration tests before writing policies. The security questionnaires they include may seem like check-the-box forms, however, the intention is to help organizations realize the need to identify their vulnerabilities and remediate to reduce risk.
While the risk is very real, there are actions you can take to significantly reduce cyber risk.
Raxis helps cyber insurers and companies seeking coverage
Raxis finds actual vulnerabilities
Clear, actionable remediation steps
Assuring issues are corrected
Continuous monitoring and on-demand testing
Substantial reduction in cyber risk
Cybersecurity spending is not an accurate measure of preparedness
One crude method of assessing risk is by comparing a company’s spending on cybersecurity to its total revenue, total IT expenditures, or some other benchmark. Though it would seem logical that companies who spend more money on cybersecurity are more prepared, that isn’t necessarily the case. With more than a decade of experience and thousands of pentests under our belts, the Raxis team has seen countless examples of companies over-investing in the wrong cybersecurity technology, leaving parts of their attack surfaces unprotected, and/or implementing counterproductive security policies (or not enforcing effective ones).
Either continuously or on demand, Raxis One shows a clear picture of the attack surface for an organization. It's an organized, simple to understand view that represents the same perspective that an outsider would have of an organization when they are attempting to launch an attack.
Our interests are aligned
It’s in everyone’s interest — cyber insurers and companies looking for coverage — to prevent a major breach from happening in the first place. It can take months or even years for companies to recover the revenue, trust, and good will with customers. Some never do. Insurers can face large payouts, made more costly if the risk models are wrong.
Bring Raxis in to provide an accurate and reliable assessment of risk. Let our team find vulnerabilities and recommend ways to fix them. Have us retest and monitor dynamic company networks for possible new vulnerabilities to keep the breach risk low over time. In the world of cybersecurity, there are no guarantees, but there are ways to become — and insure — much harder targets.Learn More
Penetration Test Specifications
- Powered by Raxis One, a secure web interface for all Raxis services
- Fully capable of working with cloud providers and content delivery networks such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Cloudflare, Akamai, hybrid cloud, and SaaS solutions
- Raxis utilizes the same tools and techniques as a blackhat hacker
- Predictable timeline for the assessment
- Exploitation, pivoting to other in-scope systems, and data exfiltration in scope
- Executive debrief conference provided, if desired
- Remote internal network access option available via Raxis Transporter
- Optional re-test to validate remediation
- May be combined with Social Engineering for a customized solution
- All Raxis tests are based on the MITRE ATT&CK penetration testing framework
- Meets or exceeds requirements for NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171/CMMC, PCI, HIPAA, GLBA, ISO 27001, and SOX compliance
- Available as a one-time service, multi-year agreement, or continuous monitoring/Penetration Testing as a Service