Do you ever worry about your organization’s ability to detect and/or prevent a threat actor? Would you like to know how your team and toolsets react to a battery of offensive tests that range from the most basic tactics to the latest and greatest advanced persistent threat techniques? Have you ever discovered a new attack technique and wondered, "How many more are there?" or "Which ones should I be worried about?" Are you curious about testing a particular exploit or lateral movement activity in your network, but aren’t sure where to start?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, perhaps a Purple Team exercise is exactly what you need. A Schneider Downs Purple Team exercise brings together our red teamers and blue teamers, onsite, to work alongside your team to learn how to prevent and detect specific offensive techniques from the MITRE ATT&CK framework and other hacker tools, techniques and procedures.
As part of a Purple Team exercise, our goal is to provide the hacker toolsets and mentality of our red team experts along with the incident responder and defensive thinking of our blue team experts in a way that encourages, engages and sparks knowledge transfer.
For more information, please contact Daniel J. Desko.
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