Security Solutions for Industries

Every organization in every industry is at risk of a data breach. RedTeam Security helps organizations across various industries discover and address security vulnerabilities.

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 85% of breaches involve a human element.

61% of breaches involved credentials.

43% of all breaches in 2021 were phishing related.

10% of all reported breaches in 2021 involved ransomware.

Industry Challenges


Evolving Security Threats

Cybercriminals continuously explore new ways to exploit vulnerabilities, making it difficult for organizations to keep up with new and evolving security threats.


Expanding Network Perimeters

A growing remote workforce is putting companies of all sizes at risk from improperly configured networks, and inadequate endpoint security.


Meeting Compliance Requirements

Understanding security compliance requirements to remain in compliance can be confusing and overwhelming for many businesses to manage and maintain.


Maintaining Business Speed

Many organizations are turning to cloud environments for greater efficiencies and stability, but with new infrastructure and network dynamics come unknown risks and attack paths.

Solutions by Industry

RedTeam Security is your dedicated offensive security partner. We help ensure your organization is ready to combat security threats from all angles. We help you uncover security vulnerabilities and defend against threats such as systems hacks, malware or ransomware attacks, or from cybercriminals illicitly accessing your network. High-target industries such as governments, banks, and infrastructure are at even higher risk. Businesses within these high-profile industries should prepare for and protect against specific types of threats.

Information Technology and Services

The information technology industry is constantly changing, leaving them at risk of cyber-attacks and making vulnerable their customer's privacy.



The healthcare industry is frequently targeted by cybercriminals seeking high value information such as patient records.


Financial Services

The financial services industry is at risk of cyber attacks due to large monetary payoffs, but a data breach can mean losing more than money.


Government Agencies

Government agencies must comply with a variety of standards and regulations to improve their security infrastructures against security attacks.



The education sector has many users accessing their networks and systems through personal devices which adds an extra layer of risk.


Hospitality and Travel

In the hospitality and travel industry, over 50% of all bookings are online, and safeguarding intellectual property is priority number one.


Non-Profits / Small Businesses

For non-profits and small businesses, limited budgets and resources and the use of third-party vendors can make them a prime target for cybercrime.


Energy and Utilities

A cyber attack on energy and utility organizations can affect every industry that depends on energy and utility needs, disrupting the lives of large populations.



Logistics companies are entwined within production facilities and are dependent on manufacturers, all of which makes this industry a prime target.



As more industrial control systems (ICS) are connected to smart devices and enterprise IT systems, manufacturers become more exposed to cyber attacks.


Retail / eCommerce

Retailers are faced with the challenges of operating their businesses, keeping up with new, emerging threat patterns, and maintaining PCI compliance.


Legal Services

Legal services should provide client confidentiality beyond formal non-disclosure agreements by ensuring their IT infrastructure is sufficiently secure to protect sensitive data.



The automotive industry is undergoing a global IT transformation, making now a crucial time to understand assets and uncover security vulnerabilities.


Media and Entertainment

The media and entertainment industry hosts user credentials and account information for millions of users, making strong security measures a must.

Information Security Services


Penetration Testing

Penetration testing identifies and exploits an organization's security vulnerabilities through a systematic testing process focused on your networks, applications, physical facilities, and human assets.


Social Engineering

Social engineering activities assess your people, processes, and procedures via email phishing, telephone vishing, and onsite attempts to breach physical safeguards.


Advanced Penetration Testing

Our Advanced Penetration Testing services enable organizations with mature security postures to do next-level testing of their protections, procedures, and responses.


The RedTeam Security Mission

Our goal is to stay ahead of malicious actors. As an attacker’s expertise advances, so must our own. We stay one step ahead of malicious actors by beating them at their own game using industry-standard frameworks of common attacks that reflect the various phases of an adversary’s attack lifecycle and the platforms they are known to target.

Our state-of-the-art in-house scripts and tools can stand up against any malicious actor’s script. Our team of pen testers is located across the nation, giving us access to local industry professional groups to share local cutting-edge knowledge rapidly.

Distinct Differentiators


Manual Intensive Testing

A comprehensive penetration test can only be achieved through rigorous manual testing which is why we spend 80% of our time on manual exploits and scripts.


Industry-Leading Tools

We assess systems by simulating real-world attacks, utilizing commercial tools, internally developed tools, and the same tools that hackers use on each assessment.


Free Remediation Retesting

Our objective is to help empower our clients to remediate vulnerabilities, not just find them, which is why we offer no-cost remediation retesting.


Extensive Industry Experience

Our national penetration testing team brings decades of experience and holds leading industry certifications to bring our clients cutting-edge offensive security services.

Ask Our Experts

Organizations need information security programs to protect resources from bad actors both outside and inside your business to protect your technology assets and physical space.  

Provides in-depth analysis of your current cybersecurity position
Gain insight into any existing vulnerabilities
Pinpoint any human weaknesses in your operational protocols
Learn remediation strategies to reduce exposure to any identified vulnerabilities

Yes, it should, as it costs doing business and normal maintenance and upkeep. Updating systems, staffing, or vulnerability scanning, pen testing, training, or phishing activities reduces company exposure risk and minimizes long-term costs.

Threats are evolving and appear in many forms and even mimic current events. Software quickly becomes outdated or obsolete, and often new patches are not provided to protect against newly found or created vulnerabilities.

The most common cybersecurity barriers for an organization range from a lack of resources to a lack of understanding of the risks and the impact of cybersecurity on an organization.