Red Team / Blue Team Exercise
The CrowdStrike Red Team / Blue Team Exercise helps prepare your cybersecurity team and learn from our experts as the CrowdStrike Red Team attacks and the Blue Team helps your team defend against a targeted attack within your environment.
Attack tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) are constantly evolving and every organization should know how to identify, stop, and prevent a breach. The complexity of today’s cyber threats creates challenges for organizations:
Misconfigured Security Tools
Many organizations have a complex suite of security tools they count on to protect their organization. The challenge is understanding whether or not these tools are efficient or capable of preventing a modern-day attack.
Weak Detection and Response Policies
Organizations may have many security tools in place, but lack the mature detection and response policies and procedures required to prevent modern-day attacks from occurring.
Lack of Training for Malicious Activity
Security teams do not regularly train to detect malicious activity using the security tools within their environments. This can leave organizations vulnerable to sophisticated attacks.
The Benefits of a Red Team / Blue Team Exercise
Identify Misconfigured Tools and Coverage Gaps
Discover and identify misconfigurations and coverage gaps in existing security products.
Detect Targeted Attacks
Walk through the phases of a targeted attack and understand the approach of real-world threat actors and how to detect their activity within your environment.
Mature Your Threat Hunting Knowledge
Focus on maturing your security team’s threat hunting knowledge and overall incident response processes in a safe training environment.
What CrowdStrike Delivers
A CrowdStrike Red Team / Blue Team Exercise typically traces along the kill chain path of: active reconnaissance, delivery and exploitation, command and control, operations and after-action review. Once the exercise concludes, CrowdStrike provides actionable guidance:
Summary of Vulnerabilities Exploited
A summary of the vulnerabilities exploited during the simulation
Summary of TTPs Used
A summary of the TTPs used during the simulation
Observations from Incident Responders
Observations and recommendations from the hands-on incident response training conducted during simulation pauses
Recommendations for Improvements
Recommendations on process, methodology and technology deficiencies observed during the entire simulation