When an adversary is determined to compromise an organization, the methods used are only limited by the amount of funding they receive and the extent of the motivation that drives their intent.
CyberStash helps organizations test and enhance their defenses against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) by assuming an adversarial role and point of view.
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Targeted attacks are long-haul and very persistent, compromising low-hanging fruit and using numerous Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) to arrive at their ultimate predetermined outcome. As almost all APTs are state-sponsored or subsidized by organized criminal groups, there’s always going to be an ample amount of funding and a specific objective when they decide to attack your organization. Information attacks originate from many directions and with various intents. By understanding how adversaries penetrate networks, move laterally, escalate privileges, and evade defenses, an organization can begin to defend itself and thus reduce business risk.
In addition, organizations must not only manage their exposure to the risk of information compromise, but they must also ensure that sensitive information is adequately protected. An effective information security program manages personnel security, supply-chain security, physical security, communication security, and information system security. To achieve this, organizations must deploy controls to prevent fraud, leakage, and the misuse of sensitive information, including their intellectual property, business processes, and core capabilities that differentiate their product or service in the market.
Red Teaming closely approximates the methods used by APT groups to compromise an organization’s information systems with the objective of discovering both technical and non-technical weaknesses that could unquestionably lead to business impact. Equipped with this knowledge, organizations are better positioned to recognize the different ways that adversaries prepare for, launch and execute their attacks, and can, therefore, defend their businesses better.
The most effective way to anticipate the actions of an adversary is to adopt their mindset and imagine yourself leveraging the arsenal they have at their disposal – this is what Red Teaming is all about.
The CyberStash Red Teaming Service tests the capability of an organization’s security program to defend against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).
The CyberStash Red Teaming Service simulates the efforts of an “anonymous” team of skilled and motivated adversaries to plan and execute a series of attack scenarios aimed at breaching your organization by any means possible.
We demonstrate a proof-of-concept without performing any activities that would actually impact our client’s business. CyberStash acts as an independent group that challenges your organization to improve its control effectiveness by adopting an adversarial approach.
We provide real-world attack simulations designed to assess and significantly improve the effectiveness of your organization’s entire information security program.
CyberStash Red Teaming Service benefits organizations by challenging preconceived notions of their security program. We provide an accurate understanding of how sensitive information is externalized, and we disclose exploitable patterns and demonstrate instances of bias within your organization.
The results and recommendations of the CyberStash Red Teaming Service are documented and presented to meet the needs of both an executive and a technical audience.
The CyberStash service leverages industry-led frameworks and is carried out using the following high-level process
✓ MITRE ATT&CK™ Matrix Aligned Red Teaming Practices
CyberStash leveraging the ATT&CK framework considers the problem from an adversarial perspective, what their primary intent is and the specific techniques they use to accomplish the mission at hand. Our security consultants work with your team to help your organization leverage the MITRE ATT&CK™ Matrix. The objective is to map out your defensive coverage of techniques in order to reduce your attack surface and thus reduce risk.