Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing (VAPT), Red Teaming
Vulnerability Assessment is an adversarial attack simulation against an organization, to simulate the case of a particularly targeted hacker group
Outcome: Better transparency and Increased awareness of potential Vulnerabilities and risk to the business.
Advanced Penetration Testing by CREST Certified Experts.
Penetration testing is the authorized simulated cyberattack on computer systems. It is a method of gaining assurance in the security of an IT system by attempting to breach some, or all, of that system’s security defences. Penetration testers are using the same tools and techniques as an attacker might. Be tested targets probably are any IT assets. It depends on what you want, such as external systems, internal networks, office networks, even the physical environment.
Outcome: Better transparency into potential threats and reduced effort by knowing which vulnerabilities can be exploited.
Red Team is an activity where a group of white hat hackers (or penetration tester) perform a series of activities to assess the company’s security readiness towards real-world cyber threats. Red teaming aims to ‘attack’ an organization’s digital and physical infrastructure to evaluate the organization’s security defense and posture, at the same time targeting to obtain any sensitive and beneficial information. Red Teaming usually emulates several malicious actors to penetrate the organization’s digital and physical infrastructure security.
- Social Engineering
- Wireless hacking
- External Access
Command & Control
Exfiltrate & Complete
This includes Applications, Routers, Firewalls, Wireless, etc.
This includes Buildings/Perimeter, Hardware vulnerabilities.
It includes all staff members.