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Red Team Assessment
Test if your Business is Cyber Proof!
Red Team Assessment is an Offensive testing performed to identify bugs and test the security of the platform.
The testing is done in a complete manual process and not using any automated tools.
It carries a very high advanced level skills and techniques to identify loopholes in the systems/web applications which the real-time black hat hackers make use of to perform cyber-attacks causing a huge impact on the organizations.
Solved about 5000+ Cyber Threats
How can our Red Team Assessment help your business?
Our Red Team Assessment can help your organization to assess its internal defensive mechanisms and also the loopholes which exist in the external facing platforms.
Several other reasons why businesses should consider conducting red team assessments are:
- To identify and mitigate vulnerabilities
- To improve incident response
- To comply with regulations
- To improve overall security posture
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Red Teaming is the act of testing the security of your frameworks by attempting to hack them.
The best Red Team Techniques are:
- Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) gathering
- Mapping publicly accessible assets and services (i.e. ADFS, OWA, VPN, Web Apps)
- Identifying leaked passwords of existing and former employees
- Examining existing DNS records and misconfigurations
- Fingerprinting external services and identifying vulnerable products
Red Teaming is a full-scope, multi-layered attack simulation intended to quantify how well an organization's people and organizations, applications, and actual security controls can endure an assault from a genuine foe.
The Red Team Assessment Methodology is :
- Information Gathering
- Active Reconnaissance
- Attack Planning and Pretexting
- Post Exploitation
A red team exercise will open your eyes to the following details in your organization :
- Learning how easy it is for attackers to enter your organization's security systems
- Identification of methods that could be used to disrupt business
- Expose gaps in surveillance that can be used to evade detection
- Finding out how effective is your incident response plan
The three major Red Team phases used during the assessment to accurately emulate a realistic threat include 'Get In', 'Stay In', and 'Act'.
A red teaming framework has the following components:
- Defining the scope of a red teaming exercise and risk tolerance level of the organization
- Gathering threat intelligence data
- Conducting red team exercises
- Analyzing results and preparing a remediation plan
- Presentation before the senior management/board
Some of the well-known red teaming frameworks include:
- TIBER-EU (Threat Intelligence-Based Ethical Red Teaming Framework – European Union)
- UK’s CBEST
- Hongkong’s iCAST (Intelligence-led Cyber Attack Simulation Testing)
- Saudi Arabia’s FEER (Financial Entities Ethical Red Teaming)
- Singapore’s AASE (Adversarial Attack Simulation Exercises)
- NATO’s framework
- Mitre’s ATT&CK framework
Penetration tests have a very different intention than Red Team engagements.
The goal of a pentest is to find as many security gaps as possible, exploit them and access each vulnerability’s risk level.
Red Teams, in contrast, aren’t trying to compile a list of all your company’s weaknesses. A Red Team engagement’s goal is to find one way in, exploit it and then escalate laterally through your system to access the juiciest data they can.
Red Team Development Checklist:
☐ Determine required knowledge and skills
☐ Identify and implement alternate methods for bridging knowledge gaps
☐ Develop roles and responsibilities to guide
☐ Develop red team methodology
☐ Develop TTP guidance for engagements
☐ Includes Bag of tricks
☐ Develop data collection guide and tools
☐ Develop operational process plan
☐ Develop a communication plan template
☐ Develop ROE template
☐ Develop technical briefing template
☐ Develop report template
Planning - Red Team Engagement Checklist
☐ Engagement Planning
☐ Event Communication plan
☐ Distribute Deconfliction Process
☐ Entry point/method
☐ Goals/Objectives (should address at least one of the following)
☐ Target Restrictions
☐ Target Infrastructure / Asset verification / Approvals
☐ Scenario Development
☐ Operational Impact planning
☐ Develop threat profiles
☐ Network and Host Activity
☐ IOC Generation (incl subsequent Analysis) and Management
☐ Plan threat infrastructure
☐ Tier 1
☐ Tier 2
☐ Tier 3
☐ Deploy tools to infrastructure
☐ Data collection repository
Execution - Red Team Engagement Checklist
☐ Daily completion and roll-up confirmation
☐ Capture logs
☐ Capture screenshots
☐ Capture system changes
☐ Daily (or twice daily) mandatory internal RT SITREP
☐ Update real-time attack diagram
Culmination - Red Team Engagement Checklist
☐ Engagement Closeout
☐ Roll up data
☐ Roll back system changes
☐ Validate data has been collected
☐ Outline critical attack diagram
☐ Technical Review (tech-on-tech)
☐ Executive Brief
☐ Draft attack narrative
☐ Draft observation and findings
☐ Finalize attack diagram
☐ Finalize report
Red teams are the kind of security professionals who are experts in attacking systems using various tools and methods with the motive of breaking into defenses.
Blue teams are defensive kind security professionals. Who is responsible for maintaining internal network defenses against all cyber-attacks and threats.