This is the fifth part in a multi-part series on Cybersecurity.
A key advantage that RunBuggy has over competitors is our dedicated in-house penetration team. Our team stands apart from others by keeping constant tabs on the latest exploits and vulnerabilities and constantly monitoring the RunBuggy platform. The in-house penetration team shows consistent growth by continually sharpening our skills through continuous learning, improvement, and application. Our goal is to ensure that the RunBuggy platform withstands any security threats that may present themselves.
What is Penetration Testing?
Penetration testing, often referred to as ethical hacking, is a real-world cyber-attack simulation. This is a vital tool for checking RunBuggy’s cybersecurity capabilities and exposing any vulnerabilities that may exist. While some companies conduct quick scans just to ensure they meet compliance requirements, we take our cybersecurity seriously. We go further than our competitors by having an in-house team that offers a high-resolution look at information beyond simple vulnerability scans.
How do we accomplish this?
We accomplish the goal of having industry-leading cybersecurity by following the steps laid out in the MITRE ATT&CK framework. This framework acts as a knowledge base of well-known adversarial tactics and techniques that occur during various phases of an attack. These phases include initial access, execution, persistence tactics, privilege escalation, defense evasion, credential access, discovery, lateral movement, collection tactics, exfiltration, and impact tactics.
In short, RunBuggy’s dedicated in-house team mimics all of the tactics that could be employed by a potential adversary. We are well-prepared to handle anything that a cyber attacker might use to exploit our system and gain access to your data.
What does this mean for our customers?
By having a dedicated in-house team, RunBuggy demonstrates that penetration testing is a vital component of our aggressive security posture. Our team continually trains thoroughly in the event of any perceived future attacks.
In part six of this multi-part series, we’ll take a look at how RunBuggy is becoming the industry standard and using the latest technology available in vehicle transportation.