Red Teaming Services

Secure your applications against real-world vulnerabilities and run your business with confidence

Fully assess your organisation’s threat detection and response capabilities with a simulated cyber-attack.

Key business reasons to adopt Red Teaming services:
  • Real time experience on how attacks happen
  • Clear overview of potential strategies and methodologies of attackers
  • Evaluate organizational capability to detect, respond and recover from threats
  • Breach assessment reports with recommendations for your security teams
  • Compromising the account credentials of a company director
  • Taking control of an IoT device or a specialized piece of equipment
Evaluate your response to attack

Learn how prepared your organisation is to respond to a targeted attack designed to test the effectiveness of people and technology

Identify and classify security risks

Learn whether systems, network, data and other critical assets are at risk and how easily they could be targeted by adversaries

Uncover hidden vulnerabilities

By mirroring the latest adversarial tactics, red teaming can help identify hidden vulnerabilities that attackers might seek to exploit

Address identified exposures

Receive important post-operation support to address any vulnerabilities identified and mitigate the risk of suffering real-life attacks

Enhance blue team effectiveness

By simulating a range of scenarios, red team testing helps your security team to identify and address gaps in threat coverage and visibility.

Prioritise future investments

Better understand your organisation's security weaknesses and ensure that future investments deliver the greatest benefit

Threat Actors
  • Remote attacker
  • Compromised Third Party or collaborator
  • Compromised or disgruntled employee
  • Competitors or activist
Intrusion Vectors
  • Vulnerability exploitation
  • Social engineering (including phishing)
  • Leaked information (including user accounts)
  • Remote Access or VPN
  • Privilege escalation
  • Leak sensitive information
  • Leak/manipulate/sabotage products (software, patents)
  • Any other objective to be agreed with our Clients


More often than not, the terms “red team” and “penetration test” are used interchangeably.
With a cursory glance, this usage may be completely fine, but a closer look reveals several differences between the two.
Red Team
  • The testing has a longer time duration.
  • The group is encouraged to look at any and all means to breach a security system.
  • Employees are not aware that an attack is going to take place.
  • The group looks to identify both known and unknown vulnerabilities.
  • The target area is fluid, dynamic, and wide-ranging if required.
  • The systems are tested concurrently.
Penetration Testing Team
  • The testing has a shorter time duration.
  • The group tends to utilise commercially available tools to breach a security system.
  • Employees may be aware that an attack is going to take place.
  • The group looks to exploit mostly known vulnerabilities.
  • The target area might be narrowly defined.
  • The systems are tested independently.