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A Red Teaming assessment involves simulation of cyber-attacks to test the organisation in real-time from a perspective of an adversary/ breach.

The purpose of red teaming is to give an organisation a clear picture of where it stands in the real world if their system(s) were compromised. It provides an organisation with a valuable insight into cybersecurity measures such as their defence system, identifying the weaknesses and provide them remedial measures by reinforcing their defence systems before a real attack occurs.

Red Teaming is essential for all types and sizes of organisations but is specifically important for larger organisation(s) that carry complex networks and critical data.

Company Vision and Mission: Explain the company’s dedication to improving clients’ resilience through innovative red teaming methodologies.

Why choose 63 SATS?

Team Expertise

At 63 SATS, we have experience in carrying out 100+ engagements in highly adversarial conditions, testing organizations' defenses against sophisticated and realistic cyber threats, implementing social engineering tactics to assess human-centric security, and navigating complex and hostile environments to expose vulnerabilities.

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Approach

Experts in 63 SATS use The MITRE ATT&CK (Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge) framework which is a widely recognized and comprehensive knowledge base and is often used in both offensive and defensive cybersecurity operations, including red teaming. it provides a valuable reference for understanding the tactics and techniques employed by adversaries during various stages of the cyber kill chain. Red teamers in 63 SATS use MITRE ATT&CK to model and simulate realistic adversary behaviour.

Here's how MITRE ATT&CK can be applied in the context of red teaming

Pre-Engagement

Reconnaissance

Threat Intelligence Integration

Planning

Execution

Post-Exploitation

Reporting

Debriefing

Key Principles of the Red Team Assessment Framework that are followed here at 63 SATS

Realism

Simulate threats realistically to provide an accurate assessment of the organization's security posture.

Adaptability

Be adaptable to changes in the threat landscape and technology environment.

Risk-Focused

Prioritize vulnerabilities based on potential impact on the organization.

Ethical Conduct

Operate within ethical boundaries and adhere to the rules of engagement.

Collaboration

Collaborate closely with the organization's blue team and other stakeholders.

Continuous Learning

Stay informed about the latest threat intelligence, attack techniques, and cybersecurity trends.

Customization

Tailor the red team assessment framework to the unique characteristics of the target organization.

Services

Red teaming services consists of a range of activities and engagements aimed at assessing and improving the security posture of an organization. These services simulate real-world cyber threats to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the organization's defenses.

The specific services offered by 63 SATS red teamers are here as follows:

External and Internal Red Team Assessment

Adversarial Simulation

Social Engineering

Wireless Network Exploitation

Cloud Security Assessment

Physical Security Testing

Scenario-Based Testing

Incident Response Testing

Threat Intelligence Integration

Reporting and Debriefing

Training and Awareness

Customized Services

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