Our Assumed Breach Assessment is a strategic service designed to evaluate your organization's preparedness and capability to detect a compromise. Recognizing that any organization is susceptible to a breach, we take an approach that simulates post-compromise activities and potential lateral movements during a specific threat event. Our operation, often discreet, is designed to test the detection and response capabilities of your blue team.
We emulate an adversary within your network, starting as a least-privileged user and aiming to access other systems, identify sensitive data, escalate network privileges, and pivot to other network areas using standard user credentials provided by you. This simulated operation enables your organization to understand potential threats and responses, thereby reinforcing your internal security measures.
Unlike typical penetration tests that cover a broad scope within a specified timeframe, our operation is goal-oriented and realistic, closely simulating a real attacker's actions. The value derived from our service includes a comprehensive roadmap for remediating visibility gaps and a deeper understanding of your organization's overall security posture and readiness level.
Opting for ShorSec's Assumed Breach Assessment, you're choosing a service that brings more than just a vulnerability test. You're selecting a team that's focused on improving your organization's long-term security strength.
Our team will test your detection and response capabilities by playing the role of attacker. They will attempt to break through your cybersecurity defense by simulating the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP’s) that are used by advanced adversaries.
Collaborate to test and improve your organization’s security posture.
Our cyber-security experts will join together with your internal defense team to maximize your cybersecurity capabilities. We will evaluate and assess your security controls in real time.
Analyze your network infrastructure to assess the extent of your vulnerability to inside attacks.
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