Red Team is a simulated attack designed to measure how well a company's security devices, networks, and physical security controls can withstand an attack.
Red Team is a target-focused threat simulation service. One of the focal points of Red Team activities is to measure the defense capability of the Blue Team against these threats and train the Blue Team to defend against them.
Red Team takes a holistic approach to uncover security vulnerabilities and errors in security operations. It aims to understand the people, processes, and technology involved in security systems.
Red Team services can help you identify security vulnerabilities and risks in your company, but more importantly, Red Team enables the understanding of operational processes, the threat to the Blue Team, and their ability to work.
How do you determine the effectiveness of Blue Team TTPs? Measure the effectiveness of the personnel, processes, and technology used to defend a network with Red Team.
Apply Red Team exercises to improve or measure Blue Team's ability to withstand potential threats and identify areas where Blue Team needs practical experience.
The goal of the Red Team plan is to test and ensure the comprehensibility of the threat scenarios or threats that have been simulated. Red Team interactions can be designed to apply specific scenarios, which may include attacks such as zero-day exploits, ransomware, or other unique forms of attacks.
Every security test encompassed by Red Team, measures risks against threats and scrutinizes these threats in accordance. The Red Team incident framework consists of four distinct components.
It is the process of identifying vulnerabilities in any information system from an attacker's perspective, followed by conducting tests with the aim of achieving full access to the system. After the tests are completed, the situation is analyzed and reported.
It is a service that simulates many types of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, which are the most well-known type of service disruption attacks, with the aim of carrying out attack simulations.
It is an investigation service that involves the examination and analysis of a fraud case by an Expert Red Team, with the aim of identifying vulnerabilities within the system or application that caused the fraud incident.
It is a service that involves the application of various social engineering techniques to measure the security awareness of corporate employees, followed by a detailed analysis and reporting of the results. The Social Engineering Tests include Spear Phishing (Targeted Phishing), Whale Phishing (Phishing Across the Organization), and various other roles aimed at deceiving corporate employees. It also includes Reverse Social Engineering.
It involves the process of detecting vulnerabilities within the organization, controlling inventories or untested systems that pose security risks, reporting these activities, and conducting verification tests after the vulnerabilities have been addressed.
Penetration Testing is the process of identifying vulnerabilities in a computer system, network, or application from an attacker's perspective and then conducting tests to gain full access to the system. After the tests are completed, the results are analyzed and reported.
The attack simulation service simulates various types of DDoS attacks, which are the most well-known service disruption attacks, to test and evaluate the resilience of a system or network against these attacks.
Forensic analysis of a fraud case by an expert Red Team, including the identification of vulnerabilities within the system or application that caused the fraud incident, is a investigation service.
The service involves applying various social engineering techniques to measure the awareness of corporate employees about security and analyzing them in detail to report the findings. Social Engineering Tests include Spear Phishing (Targeted Phishing), Whale Phishing (Phishing Across the Company), as well as various roles such as deceiving corporate employees, and Reverse Social Engineering.
This process involves identifying vulnerabilities within the organization, controlling inventories or untested systems that pose security risks, reporting on these activities, closing vulnerabilities, and conducting revalidation tests after the vulnerabilities have been addressed.