Red & Purple Team Exercises

Red & Purple Team Exercises

Simulate a targeted, real-life cyberattack to locate weaknesses, improve incident response, and maximize the effectiveness of your defenses.

Canary Trap’s Red Team exercise entails a simulated targeted attack against your cybersecurity defenses, whereas a Purple Team exercise is a collaborative information security assessment where our elite team of security experts work together with members of your security operations team to attack, detect, and respond to targeted security attacks. A Purple Team exercise combines both Red Team (offensive) and Blue Team (defensive) capabilities and expertise.

The goal of these exercises is to simulate a targeted, real-life cyberattack to locate weaknesses, improve information security, and maximize the effectiveness of your defenses. Red and Purple Team exercises will help to improve your organization’s security posture while promoting cooperation and raising awareness among staff.

Canary Trap incorporates the relevant MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques when undertaking red and purple team exercises. At the end of the engagement, we will deliver a comprehensive Report of Findings that will highlight identified vulnerabilities along with any associated opportunities to improve security and mitigate cyber risk.

Committing to undertake regular offensive security testing will help to ensure that your organization can remain vigilant and resilient to new and emerging cyber threats. Undertaking red and purple team exercises can assist with improved planning when it comes to business continuity and disaster recovery.

Canary Trap combines human expertise with sophisticated tools, proven methodologies, and, where appropriate, threat intelligence to ensure a thorough, in-depth approach to security testing and assessments.

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Red & Purple Team Exercises

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