External Red Teaming Services
External Network Red Teaming
Attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in your enterprise’s external-facing network infrastructure, such as firewalls, routers, and servers. Our red team may use various tactics to gain unauthorized access and assess the potential impact of a successful breach.
Web App Exploitation
Focus on identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in web applications, which are commonly targeted by attackers. Our red team assesses whether an attacker could compromise the applications to gain unauthorized access or steal sensitive information.
Our red team engages in social engineering tactics to manipulate employees, customers, or partners into disclosing confidential information or taking actions that could compromise security. This could involve phishing emails, phone calls, or other methods to exploit human vulnerabilities.
Wireless Network Exploitation
Assess the security of an organization's wireless networks by attempting to exploit weaknesses in Wi-Fi configurations, encryption protocols, and access controls. This helps identify potential points of unauthorized entry.
Supply Chain Exploitation
Assess the security of your enterprise’s supply chain partners and vendors. Our red team aims to identify potential risks introduced through third-party connections that could be exploited by attackers.
Internet of Things (IoT) Exploitation
Our red team evaluates the security of IoT devices and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) that are connected to your enterprise’s network. Our ethical hackers will look for vulnerabilities that could be exploited to disrupt operations or gain unauthorized access.
Cloud Security Exploitation
With the increasing adoption of cloud services, the BreachLock red team will assess the security of your enterprise’s cloud infrastructure and applications. This includes evaluating configurations, access controls, and data protection measures.
The BreachLock red team of experts will collaborate with your internal blue teams to simulate realistic attack scenarios and responses. This approach, known as purple teaming, enhances overall security by combining offensive and defensive expertise.