Offensive Security

Advanced Offensive Security services offer tailor-made solutions that empower businesses to proactively identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats. By leveraging the latest adversarial tactics and techniques to simulate real-world attacks, ensuring defense gaps are uncovered and addressed before they can be exploited.

Test and improve your existing cybersecurity posture by identifying security gaps

Red Team

Red teaming is the process of using Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) to simulate real-world threats with the goal of training and measuring the effectiveness of the people, policies, processes, and technical controls used to defend an enterprise environment.

In terms of business risk, a red team engagement serves as a proactive measure to mitigate potential threats that could lead to significant financial, reputational, or operational damage. Red teaming engagements are designed to challenge security operation’s defensive strategies and assumptions and to identify gaps or flaws in the defensive strategies.

Assume Breach

The Assume Breach Scenario operates under the assumption that the networks/systems are already compromised or will inevitably be breached.

This approach challenges the established detection, response, and recovery capabilities of the organization when a threat actor has compromised a system with the end goal of enhancing the overall security posture.

Social Engineering

Social engineering serves as a crucial benchmark for measuring the effectiveness of your educational and awareness program by assessing how resilient your staff is against targeted attacks.

Social Engineering challenges the people, policies, processes, and technical controls of your organization to gain unauthorized access or sensitive information. This can be made possible by combining psychological tactics with technology to deliver a deceptive message via email, SMS, or phone. Social Engineering can evaluate existing physical security measures and protocols by examining the effectiveness of security practices, infrastructure, equipment, personnel, and facilities from threats..