Red Team exercises
Test a wider attack surface with an all-out ethical hacking exercise
Think big. Test that nightmare scenario that keeps you up at night.
What are Red Team exercises?
A Red Team exercise is an all-out attempt to achieve the defined objectives by any methods available, and usually includes:
Internal and external penetration testing
Compromising wireless networks
Social engineering techniques
How are red team exercises performed?
Red Team exercises are performed using a black-box testing approach where no prior information about the target organisation is given. During a Red Team engagement, the defending side is unware of the exercise and is expected to respond as it would during a genuine attack.
Breaching defences by thinking like the adversary
Claranet Cyber Security follow the seven stage cyberattack lifecycle, coupled with the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework for the latter assessment stages. Discovery of all security weaknesses are reported with a response improvement plan.