Develop Your Network Defense Strategies with Red Teaming!
"Red Team" refers to a group of experts who approach organizations as if they were real attackers from outside, attempting to gain unauthorized access in a targeted manner and identify weaknesses in the system.
Penetration Testing has defined limits, while Red Teaming has no boundaries. Red Teaming continues until the objective is achieved, using methods determined within the specified scope.
Red Teaming combines various scenarios and attack vectors, executed independently of the IT team.
Red Teaming is often conducted without informing most executives in the organization, allowing for an assessment of potential damages in case of a targeted attack.
Red Teaming not only tests existing systems and protocols but also assesses the people managing them, making it a covert procedure.
Penetration tests typically last 1-2 weeks, while Red Teaming projects can extend from 2 to 6 months.
Organizations first set primary objectives for Red Team exercises, such as extracting sensitive data from a specific server or gaining access to the email account of a top executive.
After defining targets, the Red Team begins discovering and mapping the digital and physical assets of the organization.
Using information obtained during reconnaissance, the Red Team determines which attack vectors to employ and starts implementing these methods.
Once access is gained, the Red Team works to move within the systems and identify additional security vulnerabilities, attempting to persist access and elevate privileges.
After completing the simulated attack, the Red Team goes through a reporting and analysis phase to determine the path forward. All actions taken are documented step by step, providing insights even if the primary objective was not achieved.
Identify risks and security vulnerabilities related to the organization's sensitive information.
Simulate methods used by real attackers in a controlled manner.
Increase awareness and consciousness within the information security department and the blue team regarding discovered security flaws and current vulnerabilities.
Assess and enhance the organization's capabilities in preventing, detecting, and responding to attacks.
The number of experts in a Red Team varies based on project size.
Team members hold globally recognized certifications such as CEH, OSCP, OSWP, CRTE, CRTP, GPEN, GWAPT, GXPN, GCIH, GCPN.
Scanning, Vulnerability Detection, and Exploit Usage
Network Management and Design
Python, Scapy, and Fuzzing
Event Management and Computer Forensics
Cloud Services and Attacks
Containers and Cloud Local Applications with CI/CD Pipelines
Local Area Network Systems
Wireless Network Systems
IT Security Systems
Systems Handling and Managing Internet Traffic
Physical Security Systems
Web and Mobile Applications