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Red Team

Red teams refer to the “ethical hackers” who assist test an enterprise’s defenses by identifying vulnerabilities and launching attacks in a controlled environment. Red teams are opposed by defenders called blue teams, and both parties work together to provide a comprehensive picture of organizational security readiness.

Our Red Team professionals have many years experienced in their domain and have provided services to clients efficiently. Our Red Team focuses upon having right conditions, setting clear objectives, getting right tools, supporting team and focus on key issues in order to perform their challenging responsibilities effectively.

In the context of information security, red team security testing is best conceived as “ethical hacking.” An independent security team (the red team) poses as an attacker in order to gauge vulnerabilities and risk within a controlled environment.

Red team tests are designed to expose vulnerabilities associated not only with security infrastructure (networks, routers, switches, etc.) but also with people and even physical locations.

Amidst a red team test, skilled security operatives typically launch a variety of attacks leveraging the weaknesses within any of these elements. Standard techniques deployed include social engineering, phishing attempts, penetration tests, and tools such as packet sniffers and protocol analyzers.

Before the attacks commence, a red team commences by learning as much as it can about the intended target. Information is collected by identifying the network infrastructure, operating systems in use, vulnerable ports and other factors. Once this reconnaissance is complete, the red team has enough information to develop a network map and a broader idea of the attack paths and techniques that are likely to succeed.

Benefits of Red Team

  • Uncover attack vectors that attackers could exploit.
  • Demonstrate how attackers could move throughout your system.
  • Provide insight into your organization’s ability to prevent, detect, and respond to advanced threats.
  • Identify alternative options or outcomes of an action or attack plan.
  • Prioritize remediation plans based on what is causing the greatest risk.
  • Build a business case for improvements, deploying new solutions, and another security spending.


  • Our Team provides a precise and concise description of achieved results and technical findings.
  • List of detected system vulnerabilities and their classification according to how easy they are to exploit and how harmful for the system and business they may be.