What are Red Team security testing exercises?
A Red Team exercise offers a real-world assessment of your security. An all-out attempt to achieve defined objectives, using a range of agreed approaches including:
Internal and external penetration testing
Compromising wireless networks
Social engineering techniques
How are Red Team exercises performed?
Red Team security testing exercises are usually performed using a black-box testing approach where no prior information about the target organisation is given. During a Red Team engagement, the defending side is unware of the exercise and is expected to respond as it would during a genuine attack. Each test is different and we work with you to set the right scope and approach.
Breaching defences by thinking like the adversary
Claranet Cyber Security follows the seven stage cyber attack lifecycle, coupled with the Mitre ATT&CKK framework for the latter assessment stages. Discovery of all security weaknesses are reported with a response improvement plan.
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An experienced security consultant will explore your needs and agree the scope of work. You may have a clear idea of this already or we can use our extensive experience to help you find the right scope
Once your scope is complete we will size your requirements and provide a competitive quote, assign appropriate resources and agree a date for the work
During the testing, our consultants will be on-hand to directly discuss any issues and update you on progress. Any high priority findings will flagged to you daily
At the end of the testing we provide a detailed report of issues based on priority, which is assessed on the potential for business impact. These clear, detailed reports allow you to prioritise actions to improve your security, and we can join you on a call to walk through your findings