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Published : Sep 27, 2023
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Attack path analysis is a security analysis technique that identifies and assesses the potential paths that an attacker could take to exploit vulnerabilities in an organization's systems and networks. Previously most security analysis strategies or tools have focused on particular risk areas like misconfigurations, vulnerable containers or CVE alerts. This siloed approach means that teams cannot see how risks can be combined with weaknesses in other layers of the technology stack to create dangerous attack paths. Although this technique isn't new, recent advancements in security analysis tools have made it more accessible to security teams. Orca and Wiz are two such tools. We suggest teams managing complex infrastructures consider this technique while planning a security strategy or selecting the security analysis tools for their organization.

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