Red Team Assessment

The objective of the Red Team Assessment is to find as many vulnerabilities as possible and
exploit them.

Red Team Assessment

The objective of the Red Team Assessment is to find as many vulnerabilities as possible and
exploit them.

Red Team Assessment

The objective of the Red Team Assessment is to find as many vulnerabilities as possible and
exploit them.


Red Team Assessment: An effective method for testing your organization's defense

A Red Team Assessment is a simulated attack scenario designed to test and evaluate the security defenses of an organization. The
assessment is performed by a team of security experts who act as attackers, simulating real-world threats to identify weaknesses and
vulnerabilities in the organization’s security systems.

The assessment includes a thorough examination of the organization’s network, applications, and systems to uncover security gaps, and
provides recommendations on how to improve the overall security position.


Red Team Assessment is a comprehensive security evaluation methodology aimed at testing an organization’s defense systems and response capabilities. Unlike a traditional penetration test that seeks to find as many vulnerabilities as possible, Red Team Assessment is designed to simulate a real-world, targeted attack by an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actor. The objective of the assessment is to test the effectiveness of the organization’s cybersecurity defenses and response strategies.

The Red Team Assessment typically includes a wide range of attack methods, including penetration testing, security breaches, social engineering and phishing tests, and testing of all wireless and RF systems. The goal is to gain access to sensitive information in any way possible while evading detection. The Red Team Assessment provides organizations with a controlled
and realistic environment to evaluate the effectiveness of their existing security strategies, tools, and procedures. The results of the assessment provide valuable insights into blind spots in configurations, policies, and procedures, and offer fact-based recommendations for improvement to enhance the overall security posture of the organization.


Understanding of the business objectives:

Pre-planning and goal-setting sessions with relevant stakeholders.

Structured interviews with key personnel to assess current security measures.

Examination of network segmentation, security device placements, and configuration assessments.

Documentation of all findings and recommendations in a format that is easily
understood and actionable.

Examples of what is assessed include:

Weaknesses in network and system configurations.

Inadequate security controls.

Ineffective incident response processes.

Unpatched software and systems.

Social engineering tactics.

What we Assess?

Initial Recon – Identify exploitable vulnerabilities.

Initial Compromise – Gain Initial Access to Target.

Establish Foothold – Strengthen position within Target.

Escalate Privileges – Steal valid user credentials.

Internal Recon – Identify target data.

Complete Mission – Package and steal Target Objective.


Evaluates the strategies, tools, and procedures of an existing Information Security program.

Identifies blind spots in configuration, policies, and procedures that render security systems ineffective.

Assesses the business risk of a targeted attack.

Enhances the information security team’s ability to prevent, detect, and respond to breaches.

Provides fact-based risk analysis findings and recommendations for improvement.

Our methodology involves a comprehensive approach that combines automated and manual assessment techniques, including examining application interfaces and infrastructure, analyzing internal controls, performing technical testing, and conducting vulnerability reviews. Our assessments cover various aspects of application security, including security interviews, vulnerability penetration testing, data storage evaluation, and code reviews.

The benefits of Krash Consulting’s mobile application security assessments include identification of exploitable security issues, safeguarding of sensitive data, enabling secure application deployment, improving productivity and user confidence, and achieving compliance with government and industry regulations.