What is red teaming?
Of all the available cybersecurity assessments, a simulated cyber-attack is as close as you can get to understanding how prepared your organization is to defend against a skilled and persistent hacker. The main differences between red teaming and penetration testing are depth and scope. Pen testing is designed to identify and exploit as many vulnerabilities as possible over a short period, while red teaming is a deeper assessment conducted over weeks and designed to test an organization’s detection and response capabilities and achieve set objectives, such as data exfiltration. Read More About RedTeaming
Evaluate your response to the attack
Identify and classify security risks
Uncover hidden vulnerabilities
Address identified exposures
Example Goals Of A Red Team Operation
Gaining access to a segmented environment holding sensitive data
Taking control of an IoT device or a specialist piece of equipment
Compromising the account credentials of a company director
Obtaining physical access to a server room
Key features of Hadess RedTeaming service
What you can expect from a Red Team Operation conducted by Hadess
Actionable outcomes of your business securities
Hadess’s certified ethical hackers provide regular feedback throughout an engagement to ensure that your key stakeholders stay informed. Here’s what you can expect to receive post-assessment
APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY
Hadess’s Red Team Operations experts adopt a systematic approach to comprehensively test your organization’s threat detection and response capabilities.
Our ethical hackers and penetration testing service experts possess the skills and experience to identify the latest threats.