The Missing Link’s Red Team Attack Simulation service offering provides the latest, most accurate and effective way for organisations to elevate their defensive capabilities to the highest levels.

Whilst Vulnerability Scanning and Penetration Testing do provide great value in patch management audits, vulnerability identification and configuration weakness detection; their origins are based largely around a particular style and toolset. Organisations invest heavily in skilled staff, compliance and procedures, yet often have no way of evaluating whether these defensive measures are effective at stopping a targeted attack. The Missing Link’s Red Team Attack Simulation is the most effective way of testing an organisations resiliency to real-world attacks. Simultaneously it provides valuable experience to defensive personnel to help them refine their processes.RedTeam.jpg

The objective behind Red Teaming is to identify the most critical component of the business and attempt to gain access to the resource in the same manner that a real world attacker would attempt. The Missing Link’s methodology is based on years of malware research and post-attack forensic knowledge to accurately simulate known advanced persistent threat attack behaviours.

Red Teaming is heavily focussed around business critical components, which are unique to each company. The attack is guided by the organisation to focus on the most critical information that can pose the highest threat to business. The simulation is a co-operative service allowing the organisation a behind-the-scenes overview of the attack, communicating with the Red Team, monitoring the defensive team and evaluating the controls around the chosen objective.

The simulation will use a multi-phased approach with the client able to choose between a Perimeter Breach Simulation or an Assumed Compromise Simulation.

Is your organisation ready for Red Team Attack? Test your defensive capabilities by engaging the latest and most accurate testing methods.