Test Planning & Execution
Test Planning & Execution
Build a World-Class Internal Testing Program with PlexTrac
Internal teams often struggle to perform and extract full value from testing activities — like tabletop exercises, adversary emulation, and purple teaming — due to collaboration barriers, siloed processes and tools, and inconsistent processes and expectations.
PlexTrac takes the pain out of internal testing and allows you to scale testing efforts with existing resources. Develop a methodical and continuous approach to internal testing, according to industry standards, then automate the reporting to attest to stakeholders and compare progress over time.
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With PlexTrac, all team members have visibility into repeatable plans and can collaborate in real time when executing testing and then ticket and track findings.
Collaboration on internal testing efforts is challenging and ineffectual because teams lack a centralized location to plan and track exercises.
PlexTrac provides a one-stop shop for teams to collaborate on testing exercises, breaking down silos and connecting systems. PlexTrac give both red and blue teams a true side by side view into test plan and results and the means to track remediation.
Internal testing can be very manual and inconsistent because test plans, objectives, and processes aren’t centralized across teams and individuals.
PlexTrac ensures full, consistent coverage in your testing efforts every time so no step is ever missed. PlexTrac enables standardization and storing test plans and scripts and industry-standard templates that support versioning for the latest release of MITRE/Atomic Red Team procedures.
Communication between teams taking place over email or Slack is difficult to track and can easily get lost.
PlexTrac supports cross-team collaboration and communication directly in the platform — providing full context and driving efficiency. Workflow notifications help automate communication between team members.
Ensuring new issues are not introduced into the system when updates are made requires constant testing. Continuous regression testing is difficult to implement.
PlexTrac enables regression testing in the security environment by providing a place to create, store, and track execution and remediation on test plans.
Scaling internal testing efforts is difficult with limited resources and training less-experienced or new team members takes a lot of time from senior team members.
With PlexTrac every team member — even the less experienced — can create and/or execute on fully scripted test plans, allowing your teams to run more effective exercises more often with your existing capacity.
We are excited about the newest updates to Runbooks. We’ve been actively using the latest version and have really positive feedback from the testers. They report that using Runbooks helps keep their assessment activities in line and ensures they are accounting for industry standards like OWASP.”
A lot of orgs feel purple teaming is just a ‘nice to have’ … until they have gone through it. Continuous vulnerability monitoring and real time collaboration is becoming more important. PlexTrac’s Runbooks helps us run those engagements.”
One of our challenges was not having a centralized tool to capture results and create consistent reporting to manage our growth. We started creating a tool in-house, but found in PlexTrac a solution that was much more mature. Now we aren’t constrained by our tooling but rather empowered by it and are reworking our processes to take advantage of that.”
Manage Your Internal Security Testing in PlexTrac
Plan, Execute, Report, and Track in One Centralized Platform
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Plan, Execute, Report, and Remediate in One Centralized Platform
PlexTrac’s New and Improved Runbooks Module
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