Test your organisation’s defence and response CAPABILITIES.IDENTIFY REAL WORLD risks.
Red teaming is the process of viewing a problem from an adversary’s perspective.
Using the mindset of an adversary, a red team is designed to penetrate security in a real world test of the effectiveness of security controls, policy, technology and infrastructure.
Red teaming challenges assumptions and identifies vulnerabilities in order to make an organisation more secure and effective.
Loop will outline how red teaming simulates realistic attack scenarios, using the same trade-craft and tools used by the adversary to mimic the threat to key business assets.
Using real-life attack vectors, Loop will demonstrate that a genuine red team approach successfully combines digital, physical and workforce attack vectors in order to accurately replicate the activities of a sophisticated adversary.
Loop commences all red team engagements by exploring the red teaming mindset and what it means to think like an adversary in relation to your specific business model.
Next, the red team will move through the key stages of adversary simulation, from reconnaissance, to planning, to physically simulating attacks.
Loop will then move into exploring the broader benefits and tangible outcomes of performing adversary simulation for the organisation, such as the opportunity for security teams to have a realistic adversary engage them.
Realistic exercises of this type helps the security team become more adaptable and creative in defense thinking, one of the positive impacts red teaming can have on an organisation’s security culture.
Loop is dedicated to supporting your organisation in becoming more proactive in securing what is most valuable to your business, and encouraging alternative thinking to prevent, detect and respond to current and future security threats.
Red teaming results in a better understanding of possible adversaries that could target you organisation and helps improve counter measures against adversaries and future threats.
Red teaming challenges underlying assumptions made by organisations when defending against adversaries, and compels organisations to think outside the box and enhance their overall decision-making.
Most importantly, Red teaming ensures security testing is always tied to business context and addresses real-world business risk.