In a Purple Team exercise, our consultants work alongside your Blue Team and run techniques used during the attacking phase, whilst conducting a logging and monitoring review.
A purple team exercise combines elements of both red team and blue team activities. In cybersecurity, the red team represents the attackers, attempting to breach systems and exploit vulnerabilities, while the blue team defends against these attacks. The purple team approach involves collaboration between the red and blue teams, with the goal of improving overall security posture.

This helps advise the organisation on what controls need to be in place to catch a wide range of attack vectors. It is also very beneficial to 're-play' a condensed version of the Red Team exercise, to understand whether any remedial efforts are effective and that security gaps have been closed.
Our consultants would aim to run payloads from multiple command and control framework payloads used by real threat actors in the wild, hacking tools compiled using standard and obfuscated methods, stealthy reconnaissance techniques and domain attacks.
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