About securiCAD Professional
securiCAD Professional enables IT architects to design virtual models of current and future IT environments. By running attack simulations on a virtual model, securiCAD will provide detailed insights about your security posture. This allows for prioritizing security mitigations as well as comparing different design alternatives. securiCAD will look at your IT assets from an intruder’s perspective and will reveal the most likely attack paths in your IT environment.
securiCAD Professional will allow you to do threat and attack analysis in a structured and repeatable way. It will provide security insights already in the design phase.
Explore the risks of simulated attacks before they happen and evaluate new designs before deployment
Risk assessments and attack simulations are virtual and on models of architectures
Air-gapped version available
securiCAD Professional can be run completely Air-gapped, contact us for more information.
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securiCAD Professional requires no installation and can be run on any modern laptop or workstation
Pay per use
securiCAD Professional is available as a Pay per use solution.
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securiCAD Professional is a desktop application that can conduct automated, full-scale attack simulations on models of IT architectures. Below is a selection of available features.
Security by design
Be proactive; simulate attacks to your planned architecture designs or changes and manage risks before deployment.
Reveal your structural vulnerabilities in your IT architecture.
Design high-level models of your existing or planned architectures, merge models and dive into the details if necessary.
Create tailor-made components representing specific assets in your IT environment.
Run non-biased, non-intrusive and automated attack simulations on a model of your architecture.
Find the most likely attack path as seen from an attacker’s perspective.
Find potential weaknesses and relevant improvements to your architecture based on the attack simulations.
Attack simulations are run on a model of your architecture and will not interfere with your actual IT environment.