Red Teaming is used in cybersecurity to simulate real-world attacks.
Red Team serves to complement other forms of security testing (e.g. penetration test, vulnerability assessment, code review) and should be incorporated into the security testing exercise of an organisation as it grows in its security maturity level.
The primary goal of the exercise is to assess the organisation’s ability to prevent, detect and respond to cyber-attacks and discover potential weaknesses that may not be identified through standard vulnerability and penetration testing exercises.
The mission of the Red Team is to build stronger resistance against cybersecurity attacks for systems through proactive discovery of cybersecurity gaps in people, processes and technology.
Read more related article from:
- Adversarial Attack Simulation Exercise Guidelines by The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) https://abs.org.sg/docs/library/abs-red-team-adversarial-attack-simulation-exercises-guidelines-v1-06766a69f299c69658b7dff00006ed795.pdf
- Cyber Security Act for Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) by Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) https://sso.agc.gov.sg/Acts-Supp/9-2018/Published/20180312?DocDate=20180312
(11CII includes government, infocomm, energy, aviation, maritime, land transport,healthcare, banking and finance, water, security and emergency, and media.)
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