AG Global Strategies
Red Teaming operations conducted by industry professionals, testing all aspects of an organisations existing security measures.
The objective of a red team test is to reflect a real-world attack scenario, focusing on revealing potential threats to the critical data from the wider business rather than being confined to a specific subset of assets. It is a deep dive into the risks and vulnerabilities of the business and is also designed to exercise internal teams and their procedures for such an event.
We draw on the expertise of our highly skilled personnel with excellent crisis management, problem solving, analytical skill, communication, business understanding, negotiation and diplomacy attributes to deliver the very best protection to our clients and implement the most advantageous risk management strategy going forward.
Red Teaming -
Red teaming operations conducted by our intelligence operations department, provides a unique service that is a step above traditional penetration (pen) testing. Our security experts test existing physical security measures, by simulating real-world attacks replicating the Techniques, Tactics and Procedures (TTPs) of real-world would be attackers.
A red teaming engagement differs from traditional penetration testing as it is performed from as close to a zero knowledge perspective as possible, meaning the organisation as a whole is not notified ahead of time, nor is the red team supplied with any pre-requisite information.
The role of the red team is to simulate an attack on the target organisation, this provides valuable information for an organisation to identify physical and procedural weaknesses around and within their building, site, facilities and organisation as a whole.
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) - gathering information in the public domain, to collate into intelligence to exploit the target.
Reconnaissance (drones, onsite covert observation) - specialist reconnaissance units conduct close target reconnaissance and site, observation posts, to gather information of the designated target location. Deployment of technology and drone assets to also remotely gather information, to build a picture of the target.
Vulnerability Identification - identification and categorisation of all vulnerabilities of the target structure, area or subject.
Exploitation - specialist teams exploit any weakness in the existing security measures to, for example, gain access or restricted information.
Reports - in-depth reports and recommendations regarding all aspects of the conducted operation, outlining physical and procedural security improvements that are advisable.
Counter-intelligence - we conduct counter-intelligence operations to protect our clients from hostile acts of espionage and intelligence gathering.
Counter-espionage - we provide the expertise to mount effective counter-espionage operations to protect our clients and their organisations from hostile individuals and groups targeting their businesses and organisations.