We are building technology (in the form of our cyber security exercise platform) that will allow customer organisations to continuously run meaningful cyber security exercises, so they can practice and perfect how they will respond to an incident before it happens.

Exercises are traditionally high burden to design, let alone execute. They can take months to plan, can be incredibly costly to execute, and more often than not only identify superficial findings (that are rarely enacted upon). Our platform, Gauntlet, has been built to take away the burdens we've experienced doing exercises for years. We want to make exercises so achievable, that organisations want to do them every week instead.

Building a scenario is simple with Gauntlet, all you do is click a button to create an inject, then type it in. You can even build an exercise from one of our provided templates (and we are building more and more templates every month!), make a few changes if you want to, and be finished in minute...
We are building technology (in the form of our cyber security exercise platform) that will allow customer organisations to continuously run meaningful cyber security exercises, so they can practice and perfect how they will respond to an incident before it happens.

Exercises are traditionally high burden to design, let alone execute. They can take months to plan, can be incredibly costly to execute, and more often than not only identify superficial findings (that are rarely enacted upon). Our platform, Gauntlet, has been built to take away the burdens we've experienced doing exercises for years. We want to make exercises so achievable, that organisations want to do them every week instead.

Building a scenario is simple with Gauntlet, all you do is click a button to create an inject, then type it in. You can even build an exercise from one of our provided templates (and we are building more and more templates every month!), make a few changes if you want to, and be finished in minutes.

Gauntlet handles all of the exercise logistics for you - like sending out invites and distributing the injects and other resources.

Customers can decide on the fly to add, modify, or not release injects whenever you need to. You can be dynamic, which is good because exercises are also dynamic, changing based on participant actions. You can also run pre-planned exercises without any active facilitation - set and forget style, with as few (one) or as many participants as you like.

Gauntlet also makes it easy to capture the important information, freeing up those running exercises to stay focus and means evaluation of exercises becomes far more meaningful (and easy to do!). Gauntlet provides useful and timely reporting to users, and uses industry standards and frameworks to align evaluation of exercises to things like NIST, MITRE, and the NICE Framework.
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Ryan Janosevic COO Experienced cyber professional, a demonstrated history of leading complex Incident Response operations working in both govt and industry