Our Red Teaming services provide a full-scope, multi-layered attack simulation designed to measure how well your organization's eployees, networks, applications, and physical security controls can handle a real-life attack scenario.
These exercises offer an objective assessment of your security effectiveness and your team’s capability to face such incident.
Reconnaissance and Enumeration: Our process begins with reconnaissance, focusing on targets most likely to be exploited for unauthorized network access. This includes the enumeration of services available from the public network, as well as the identification of employees who could potentially be targeted in phishing campaigns.
Information Gathering Techniques: We utilize a variety of methods for data collection, including: Network scanning and service enumeration tools; Passive discovery of potential vulnerabilities or test services; Active and passive domain, and subdomain enumeration; Utilization of external services and active querying of your DNS servers Search engine-based reconnaissance; Examining databases for domain information (including internal ones); Checking for leaked IT infrastructure details (e.g., IP addresses, API keys, password leaks, etc.); Locating test or developer domains and resources; Gathering employee information from publicly available services, like social media and professional portals.
Test Scenario Development: Based on the reconnaissance, we build attack scenarios to be implemented in the next stages of the testing process.
Red Teaming Tests: The tests focus on detecting significant security vulnerabilities using a proven cybersecurity methodology. This phase could involve detecting: Code Execution vulnerabilities, SQL/NoSQL Injections, LDAP Injections, Server-Side Template Injections, XML External Entity vulnerabilities, Broken Authentication and Session Management Authorization Bypass, and many more.
Social Engineering Campaigns: As part of our testing process, we may include elements of social engineering campaigns to test employee behaviour and evaluate the effectiveness of the security measures in place. These tests could include phishing emails, vishing calls, and on-site tests.
Escalation: During this stage, we simulate network attacks on your IT infrastructure from the internal network. This could involve attempting to gain access to key systems, verifying network segmentation or enumerating and gaining unauthorized access to internal corporate systems.
Data Exfiltration: We might attempt to exfiltrate data to an external server to test your system's resilience. Please note that any data obtained during this stage will be permanently deleted after completion of work.
Reporting: If we detect a significant security vulnerability, we provide a working report immediately. Upon completion of testing, a final report summarizing the tests is provided.
Red Teaming is a full-scope, multi-layered attack simulation designed to measure how well an organization's employees, networks, applications, and physical security controls can withstand a real-life cyberattack. It provides an objective assessment of your security effectiveness and your team’s capability to face such incident.
A Red Team exercise can uncover weaknesses in your organization's security defences that might be exploited by attackers. This includes testing the efficacy of prevention, detection, and response mechanisms, as well as the readiness of personnel to respond to security incidents.
Red Teaming provides an objective measure of your organization's overall security posture. It identifies gaps in your defences, tests your incident response capabilities, and provides actionable insights to improve your security measures. It is a holistic approach to security, intended to improve your organization's resilience against cyberattacks.
The cost of a Red Teaming exercise depends on several factors, such as the size and complexity of your organization, the scope of the exercise, and the specific objectives. Please contact our sales team for a customized quote.
While both Red Teaming and Penetration Testing aim to identify vulnerabilities, they differ in scope and methodology. Penetration Testing typically focuses on specific systems or applications and uses a defined methodology to identify vulnerabilities. Red Teaming, on the other hand, simulates a real-world attack on the organization as a whole, testing all aspects of your defence capabilities - people, processes, and technology.