Red Teaming

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What is Red Teaming?

Red Teaming is used to test an organization's detection and response capabilities. Our Red Team attempts to access sensitive information in any way possible and as undetected as possible. This assessment emulates a malicious actor actively attacking and attempting to evade detection, similar to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) or cyber threat.

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Differences between Red Teaming and Penetration Testing

The decision whether to perform a pentest or to use a Red Team can only be made in accordance with the company's own objectives. Our Red Team attempts to access sensitive information in any way possible and as undetected as possible. This assessment emulates a malicious actor actively attacking and attempting to evade detection, similar to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) or cyber threat.

Search for weak points with which the goal can be achieved
A Red Team Assessment does not look for multiple vulnerabilities, but for the vulnerabilities that can be used to achieve the goals.
No detailed listing of vulnerabilities
A pentest, on the other hand, is designed to uncover as many vulnerabilities and configuration issues as possible, exploit them, and determine the level of risk. The methods used by the Red Team include social engineering, electronic and physical pentests, and all the methods generally used in a security assessment.
Longer project duration and preparation time
Red Teaming operations have narrowed down the objectives and concurrent approach. They often require more people, resources, and time as they go in depth to fully understand the realistic level of risk and vulnerabilities related to an organization's technology, people, and physical resources.
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Also called Adversary Simulation

When should Red Teaming be used?

An adversary simulation is a realistic simulation of a real attack, which takes into account not only technical but also human security factors that are not included in conventional pentests. All digital and analog processes from a company's IT security management are put to the test and an attempt is made to access sensitive information in every conceivable way and as undetected as possible. This provides valuable insights, from prevention to detection to response, and achieves awareness among the responsible employees.

Measurable IT security detection and response capability
Realistic understanding of risk for the organization
Help with remediation of identified attack vectors
Gather knowledge about attack methods
Testing the response of IT processes
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