RedTeam Security's Advanced Adversary Simulation engagements are designed for organizations that have developed mature cybersecurity programs and are looking for an approach to comprehensively and quantifiably test the controls they have in place that protect their most sensitive information.
If you are considering this type of engagement, one or more of the following should be true for your organization:
Our Advanced Adversary Simulation exercise tests your protection of the most important information your company possesses. It tests your preparedness to combat and detect real-world attacks on your company's networks and applications that are focused on obtaining the most critical information or maintaining that critical technology. It will exercise your procedures and technical protections just as a real-world attacker would. It provides your leadership with an independent evaluation of your perceived protections.
Through a series of simulated cyber-attacks, testers observe what steps are taken by teams to pinpoint, isolate and defuse attacks. These Advanced Adversary Simulation tests are goal-driven attacks that are methodical and calculated and are designed to take more time than a typical engagement to keep these attacks realistic. Testers continually evaluate routes and choose the most likely path of a would-be attacker. To remain undetected, they move slowly and deliberately to complete their objectives and gradually expand their foothold.
At the end of the engagement, the Advanced Adversary Simulation team will have spent weeks occupying the mind of an attacker and amassing a slew of data.
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Results collected during these simulations are then compiled into actionable reports which reveal your organization's susceptibility to such elevated cyber-attacks to obtain your most sensitive information and their potential impact. RedTeam Security's comprehensive reports show clearly what was found, how it was found and provide detailed, proven recommendations for remediation. Reports are typically supported with evidence in the form of photos and film, or in the case of networks or applications, screen captures. Advanced Adversary Simulation engagements provide highly valuable information about your defense capabilities and your employees' security practices. This crucial information is carefully collected to help improve your overall security posture.
To learn how to use Advanced Adversary Simulation to improve your organization's overall security posture, give us a call at (612) 234-7848 or schedule a free consultation with one of our information security professionals.
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