Red Teaming eBook
Getting Red Teaming Right: A How-to Guide
Modern enterprises prepare for when, not if, a significant cyber intrusion will occur. Persistent threats put reputation and revenue streams at risk, making security readiness against complex threats an increasingly critical priority from the top down.
But where to begin? Read our eBook to learn how Red Teaming can provide the ultimate training ground for your defenses, assessing how well (or not) intrusions are detected and how an attacker can move throughout your network to achieve exfiltration.
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KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE REPORT
Be Confident in Your Response to the Toughest Threats
Why Red Teaming? Look to our eBook for an overview of our Red Teaming practice, approaches and methodologies tailored to each engagement, why Red Teaming differs from traditional penetration testing, and detailed results and recommendations your defenders can use to mitigate intrusion access to proven attack paths.
99% of global security professionals have increased their security investments as a result of Red Team exercises.
62% of Blue Teams say they sometimes, rarely, or never catch Red Teams.
49% of global security professionals report the need for improvement in threat detection skills.
The Ultimate Test for Your Blue Team
Don’t just assemble a defensive security posture – test it against the exact threats you are working to prevent. Red Teams use threat intelligence to emulate adversarial motivations and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) against your Blue Team, forging paths of least resistance into your attack surface and infrastructure. Identify a trophy – sensitive information that adversaries want access to.
SLOW & STEADY FINDS ATTACK PATHS
View Your Defenses Through a New Lens
Red Teaming is a sequential five-stage offensive security solution built on a foundation of thorough planning and communication to accurately simulate breach scenarios. Each stage of the Red Team engagement cycle is a building block upon which to achieve the final objective – improved defender readiness against intrusion paths and attacker objectives in real-world breaches. For a deeper dive into each stage, download the eBook.
Hear Insights from the Experts
Watch our exclusive webcast with Trevin Edgeworth, Red Teaming Practice Director of Bishop Fox, and Mark MacDonald, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, to learn how Red teaming can help identify security gaps, test attack scenarios (like ransomware) and optimize spend on your security tools as budgets tighten.
Find Attack Paths Before the Adversaries Do
Whether ransomware is knocking at your door, or nation-state threat actors target your sensitive data, Red Teaming provides your defenders with the tools and training to win the fight against these dangerous threats. Decrease your odds of damage - defend forward with Red Teaming to map attack paths to breaches before the adversaries find them. We hope this eBook stacks the odds in your favor to boost readiness against the worst-case scenario attacks putting your organization at risk.
— The Bishop Fox Team
Understand the Real-World Threats Ahead of You
Continue your journey into learning the benefits of Red Teaming by exploring the modern threats you face, including ransomware attacks.
Avoid Security Heartbreak with Red Teaming
Hear Trevin Edgeworth, Red Team Practice Director at Bishop Fox, explain how Red Teaming can be the ultimate strategic “sanity check” for security team leaders, VPs, CISOs, C-Suite, and the Board and can help you make difficult decisions in difficult times.
SANS Institute: Inside the Minds & Methods of Modern Adversaries
To stay ahead of a hacker, you need to think like one. In groundbreaking new research, SANS and Bishop Fox surveyed more than 300 ethical hackers to gain insight into how attackers think, the tools they use, their speed, specialization, and favorite targets.
Ready or Not? Test Your Ransomware Defenses Against Real-World Playbooks
Join Bishop Fox experts Tom Eston, AVP of Consulting and Trevin Edgeworth, Red Team Practice Director as they breakdown why ransomware emulations are the best way to test your defenses.