Red Team Assessment

Experience

A Red Team Assessment comes into play after you’ve worked diligently to mature your security environment. You’ve undergone penetration testing, hardened your endpoints, worked on your social engineering awareness, and have worked to tune your detection and response capabilities — now it’s time to see how well your hard work has paid off.

Wolf’s experts will put your network and infrastructure through their paces utilizing a comprehensive attack methodology that emulates the most relevant tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) based on your organization’s type, complexity, and maturity. Our team will emulate adversarial techniques against your layered control environment which includes people and technology, just like a real-world attacker would, focusing on accomplishing agreed-upon objectives utilizing every tool at our disposal. Each of our Red Team Assessment tests is tailored specifically to the client our team is working with to ensure that we meet your unique security goals.

Following the test, we’ll provide actionable details and recommendations to help your security team prevent, detect, and respond to real attackers. Our testers will be available to your team every step of the way to answer any of your technical questions, and we will continue to support your reports throughout the year, so your team can feel free to request additional clarification or advice about your results following the final report.

Michael E. Kanarellis

Principal & Chief Growth Officer
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