Red Teaming: How to Identify Gaps in Your Security Strategy by Thinking Like the Enemy

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A red team exercise is a simulated, targeted cyber-attack that mirrors the way a hacker works. It reveals how effective your organization’s defences are against an attack and pinpoints the bad practice that leaves you open to a cyber-threat. This guide explains what red teaming is, how to get the most from it and the business benefits it brings.

Key learnings:

  • Why red teaming differs from traditional penetration testing;
  • How your organization can get more from a red team exercise; 
  • How you can get buy-in from senior staff to make security improvements across the organization.

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