Following items are typically covered. Although which ones will actually be covered depends on multiple factors such as industry sector, risks to business, budget, location of business etc.
Red Team does not go after the complex security loop holes, but in fact the low-hanging fruits, which is very often ignored by the IT security staff. Also in real life, the real hackers do the same, and red teaming uses the same mentality to simulate a potential real life scenario. From there, the Red Team work their way into the most prized possessions of the business entity. But before launching any cyberattack, it is very important to note that the Red Team must first get explicit consent from the client. If the Red Team conducts any exercise(s) outside of this scope, they could be held legally responsible for the ramifications of any threat vector that they launch.
Finally, the terms of Red Teaming and penetration testing are used synonymously together, and as a result, the thinking is that the two are the same activity. In reality, they are not. Penetration testing is actually viewed as a subset of Red Teaming. The primary difference is that it is the Red Team that creates and designs the cyberattacks, while penetration testing executes them.
Short answer is Yes. We can provide references once the first level talks on requirement gathering are completed.
Absolutely yes. Our technical team is knowledgable, experienced and certified (CEH, CHFI, ISO27001, CISA).
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