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Attackers Don’t Follow Your Rules

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Red teaming is the practice of safely conducting real-world attacks against an organization to identify vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in network architecture, gaps in security controls and deficiencies within security operations. While generic penetration testing can be useful, deeper mission-based exercises guided by threat intelligence are far more effective. They can reveal the most relevant actions needed to protect an organization’s critical assets, improve technical controls and create resilience through operational enhancements and overhauls.