Today is an exciting Friday for PlexTrac, as we finally get to discuss our new module with the public. Runbooks is coming… The full launch of the new addition to the PlexTrac family is slated for September 9th, 2020. Our development team is currently hard at work, putting the finishing touches on the powerful and useful new module.
Plan, execute, and report with Runbooks for PlexTrac.
Runbooks was made to address problems that many organizations are facing in today’s security world. Some of the most valuable use cases for Runbooks are listed below:
1. Create standardized processes to help script your engagements: Focus testing resources where you have gaps in understanding. Standardize your methodologies to ensure consistency. Script your activities to support junior testers. Leverage existing frameworks—like MITRE ATT&CK—or create your own.
2. Facilitate real-time collaboration to execute with checklist precision: Ensure complete coverage of the attack surface. Track each step of execution by both red and blue teams with time-stamped activity logs that facilitate collaborative debriefs. Effortlessly collect evidence such as screenshots and logs.
3. Produce evidence-backed reports with Runbooks: Triage your collected evidence. Submit your engagement into an intuitive report format that organizes and structures all your data. Enrich and refine your results, then export to your custom .docx—or simply use PlexTrac as your remediation tracking platform.
Today is just the beginning of our promotion for Runbooks. We have a lot more planned for you when it comes to new content to support our launch. You can expect the following in the coming weeks:
While the full version of Runbooks isn’t scheduled to release until September 9th, you can see Runbooks in action TODAY!
Schedule a demo with our team here to get a complete walkthrough of the module and have all of your questions answered. Entering promo code “Runbooks” on your demo form will ensure we know exactly what you’re trying to see when we demo with you.