Once final, a report outlining techniques used, information gained and security improvement recommendations is presented to the customer.
Internationally, Red Teaming is a common practice for businesses and is considered to be part and parcel of doing business in an online marketplace. In New Zealand, Red Teaming is mostly done by larger corporates, however is fast gaining recognition as being a useful technique in the seemingly ongoing battle against cyber-criminals – particularly considering the growing number of online threats. So, if your business is looking to assess its security posture, why not put it to the real test and consider Red Teaming?
To find out more about Aura Red Team attacks and how to get started improving your security posture, download our Introduction to Red Teaming guide.