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Red Team Service

Simulating the real-world threats - Red Teaming goes beyond Penetration Testing
Red Team Service

What is Red Teaming

Red Teaming is a form of simulated attack or penetration testing that aims to identify weaknesses by emulating the methods and tactics of a real-world attacker.

It is a proactive approach to security that goes beyond traditional testing methods by providing an end-to-end, realistic assessment of an organization's defenses.

A Red Team composed by security experts, simulates various attack scenarios and attempts to exploit vulnerabilities using a combination of technical and non-technical means, to identify vulnerabilities that traditional testing methods might miss.

The goal of red teaming is to provide actionable insights for organizations to improve their security posture, incident response capabilities, and overall resilience against cyber-attacks.

Understanding the Differences: Red Teaming and Penetration Testing
Purpose & Approach

The main purpose of Penetration Testing is to identify vulnerabilities in an organization's systems and infrastructure, whereas Red Teaming goes beyond that and simulates real-world attacks to measure the effectiveness of an organization's security controls and incident response readiness. Penetration Testing is focused on testing specific systems and applications, identifying vulnerabilities, and providing recommendations to fix them. Red Teaming, on the other hand, adopts a more holistic approach, simulating attacks on the entire organization, including both technical and non-technical measures, to assess the overall security posture.

The Result of Red Teaming and Penetration Testing
Result & Reporting

Penetration Testing identifies vulnerabilities in an organization's systems while Red Teaming simulates real-world attacks to measure security controls and incident response readiness. Both provide a report outlining vulnerabilities, testing details, and recommendations for improvement. Penetration Testing is typically performed on a scheduled basis, such as quarterly, bi-annually or annually. Red Teaming, however, can be performed on an ad-hoc basis, depending on the organization's need, such as a merger and acquisition, or after a critical incident.

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