Multi-blended, adversarial-based attack simulation against people, software, hardware, and facilities performed simultaneously for the conservation of the target’s data security
Red Team engagements simulate the risk posed to an organization by advanced persistent threats. These engagements are conducted with predetermined objectives to accomplish during the intrusion. Red Team engagements offer value to organizations with a mature security posture and provide valuable information to the organization’s blue team about what an attack from advanced adversaries can look like.
Red Team testing allows the organization to baseline its readiness and security controls against an active advanced persistent threat. It is crucial that an organization prevents security threats but can also identify and neutralize threats that have successfully infiltrated the environment.
Red Team testing is different from standard penetration testing in that it does not test overall security posture or specific components of your security posture like a network penetration test, web application penetration test or a physical penetration test. It tests the security of your “crown jewels,” that information or item that your company possesses that is most valuable. As part of testing, a Red Team Engagement will test all aspects of your security posture which protect that item or information that your company possesses and finds most valuable. As part of testing, a Red Team Engagement will test all aspects of your security posture that protect that item or information.
It can give you valuable insight into the security posture of your various, diverse assets so you can take steps to correct them before hackers can cause serious damage by exploiting them.
Red team penetration testing is an attack simulation carried out by our highly trained security consultants in an effort to:
If your organization already has a mature security program and are seeking to squash any vulnerabilities beyond your technology architecture, red teaming is a great proactive step to bolster your already robust security strategy. Schedule your free virtual meeting with a RedTeam Security expert today at (952) 836-2770.
Red team is in our name. Our consultants have experienced virtually and physically infiltrating some of the most secure environments the same way bad guys would. They leverage this experience to zero in on critical issues and provide thorough reporting and actionable remediation guidance.
The objective of a Red Team test is to obtain a realistic idea of the level of risk and vulnerabilities against your technology, people, and physical assets. Our Red Team Engagements are goal-based. We work with you to identify your greatest risks will then identify the goal of the engagement (to obtain that item or information that is most critical to the company). Once that is identified, our team will proceed to develop plans to test your company’s technology, people, and physical security that protect that goal.
Our Full Force Red Team Operations (red teaming) launches a multi-blended attack involving several facets of social engineering, physical penetration testing, application penetration testing, and network penetration testing, simultaneously as needed to accomplish the goal. It’s aimed at revealing real-world opportunities for malicious insiders or bad actors to be able to compromise all aspects of your organization in such a way that allows for unauthorized virtual and/or physical access to sensitive information leading up to data breaches and full system/network compromise.
When your Red Team Engagement is completed and the goal accomplished or abandoned, our security experts will compile a report to provide our customer with:
By reviewing this report and implementing any recommendations, you should be able to improve your security posture.
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RedTeam Security has placed red teaming at the heart of our services since 2008. We recommend this service for organizations that have already put strong protective security measures in place and are looking to go to the next level. We’ll test your technology environment, and all of its components and physical assets. We’ll also test your organization’s processes and all the people associated with your operations.
Our vigorous testing will uncover any potential vulnerabilities to ensure you’ve got the level of security you expect. Are you ready to kick your security up another notch? Schedule your free virtual meeting with a RedTeam Security expert today at (952) 836-2770.
Learn more about RedTeam Security’s advanced Application, Network and Physical Penetration Testing, Social Engineering and Red Teaming services.
Organizations with hardened external and internal security environments can benefit from Red Team engagements. Organizations with blue teams also benefit from Red Team assessment engagements as it can provide the team experience in identifying and triaging an advanced threat actor that has infiltrated the environment.
Red Teaming conducts offensive operations against an organization to penetrate its environment and complete pre-set engagement objectives. Blue teaming conduct defensive operations for the organization to prevent intrusion and respond to any indicators of compromise.
Red Teaming focuses on penetrating an environment with evasiveness in mind. The Red Team may also have specific engagement objectives to achieve while conducting their operation. Penetration tests are comprehensive vulnerability assessments to identify vulnerabilities that pose a risk to the organization’s external or internal network assets.
The term ‘Red Team’ has historical roots in military wargames and adversary simulation to re-enact combat and look at various outcomes and test strategies. The Red Team represents the enemy and its tactics, techniques, and equipment. In modern times Red Teams consist of cybersecurity professionals who act as adversaries to overcome a company’s security controls.
The cost of hiring a Red Team depends on many factors, including how long the engagement is, how many operators are assigned to the project, how much access is given, what the goals are, and the number of assets in scope.