What is Red Teaming Assessments?

The term “red teaming,” which derives from the army discipline, refers to a friendly attacking squad that evaluates the security of a computerised foundation. White hat hackers who imitate the potential actions of evildoers help carry it out.

Red teaming is a technique for testing out assumptions, plans, policies, and systems. It is a multi-layered attack simulation that evaluates how well a company’s people and systems are prepared to withstand a real cyber attack. In other words, red teaming is ethical hacking that is done without alerting the staff or making any preparations to the current structures. This creates a pretty accurate simulation of how the organisation might fare in the event of an attack right now.

Our Approach

To manually identify risks and vulnerabilities in your networks, hosts, systems, applications, and physical assets, we adhere to an extensive risk-based method. In addition to manual testing, several of our evaluations entail using machinery and automation throughout the initial testing stages to produce efficiency.

The remaining testing is done manually to correctly mimic an attacker’s actions. When all of the testing is complete, we give you a comprehensive report that explains all of the methods we used, all of the methods that fell short, and all of the methods that allowed us to access your systems.

You may be sure that your systems are prepared to withstand any harmful attacks in the future once this entire exercise is over.

Goals of Red Teaming

The final goal of a Psy9 security operation is to:

  • ✔️ Question your company’s opinions and apprehend improper reasoning or fallacious interpretation.
  • ✔️ Evaluate the robustness of the proof base or the situation of your data
  • ✔️ Recognize choice preferences and/or look at the results of an action plan.
  • ✔️ Examine your networks, systems, functions and ahead from an attacker’s perspective.
  • ✔️ Understand the probabilities for an attacker to breach in and pass within your structures

Deliverables of Psy9 Services

Thorough Psy9 offerings expose hazard and viable vulnerabilities in:

1. The Workforce

People are the weakest link in the chain of security in any organization, and most of the times, the best to smash into. After Psy9 has performed their tests, you’ll get insights into how without difficulty hackable the individuals and perimeter of your organisation is.

2. The Networks & The Systems

Psy9 offerings especially simulate assaults from a malicious hacker’s point of view and attempt to find any holes, vulnerabilities, or bugs that could let them take control of the structures or take the systems down. After a red team has performed their services, you get a comprehensive file detailing all the vulnerabilities that had been observed and the steps you can take to restoration them.

Perks of Red Team Exercise

  • ✔️ Psy9 exercises unexpectedly banish any complacency in an organisation, and center of attention interest on planning & funding priorities which will have a clear purpose
  • ✔️ By developing a extensive acceptance of vulnerabilities, such an exercise builds organisation-wide consensus & attention without having to examine from ‘painful experience’
  • ✔️ A greater defined point of view on modern-day attack eventualities and achievable business consequences
  • ✔️ Red team exercises construct confidence inside an organisation, from shareholders down to the safety & enterprise continuity teams, that preparation, planning and funding are apt to task.
  • ✔️ Better hazard understanding and management from board level where higher involvement will create better prioritization, and use of budgets & assets

Why Organizations need Red Teaming Services?

Advanced Persistent Threats [APTs] are intended to primarily affect organisations, which together communicate to high risk to any organisation that is profoundly structured on ICT, has large information assets and primary IP, or is based on web systems for customer interface and transactions.

They can’t be mitigated by well-known security software like firewalls and antivirus. Associations should realise that APTs are probably going to be successful and act accordingly by thinking about the rules and potential attack scenarios. A few businesses promise mindfulness, but their entire concept is flawed. Groups need Psy9 Services in order to be insured against attacks in the real world.

It seems like a completely ludicrous notion to hire a third party group of “hackers” to get into your computer systems, which you have spent tens of thousands of dollars to secure. But sometimes finding someone strong enough to try and wreck in is the only way to know if your device is secure.

“It creates experience for giant businesses, but our team is small—between 60 and 150 people. Who would decide to attack us?

Smaller agencies are frequently unprepared for and frequently defenceless against cyberattacks as a result of this very notion. In the event of an actual attack, it is wise to be prepared so that you can assess the damage.