SRLabs Red is a team of hacking experts that perform attack simulations on corporate environments. We validate your security controls with real world, end-to-end scenarios and help you understand your security posture beyond compliance checks and isolated tests.
“Our goal is to make hacking your network as difficult as possible.”
We emulate real-world adversaries trying to compromise your network using state-of-the-art hacking techniques.
We employ the same tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by real attackers, fully testing your detection capabilities and acting as a training partner for detection teams.
We support our clients in navigating these sensitive projects, make sure the messaging is clear and balanced and meet everyone – especially defense teams – with friendliness and respect.
Get into the network
Gather information on the target and look for potential vulnerabilities
Exploit vulnerabilities in external systems or perform phishing
Move through the network
Persist position in the network including control and exfiltration channels
Search targets and map the network via scans or exfiltrated information
Access other accounts via stolen credentials or security issues
Compromise further systems to expand reach within the network
Exfiltrate data, manipulate information, or sabotage systems
Ways to make your network stronger
Classical red team tests
A simulated hacker attempts to compromise the company's business processes to ensure all-around security.
EU-regulated TIBER exercises
An attack simulation on critical business functions and underlying systems: people, processes, and technology.
Purple team engagement
Collaboration of attackers' and defenders' mindsets to maximize both.
Active Directory architecture
Management of group memberships, access to corporate applications, and role assignment.
Why it matters
Red teaming generates information on many layers of corporate security, identifying the strong and weak spots in your network. Findings are combined with tactical and strategic advice to inform future roadmap and budget decisions.
Understand strengths and weaknesses
An end-to-end exercise generates information on many layers of corporate security and helps to understand your strong and weak spots by bringing your complete organization into scope.
Test and train detection teams
Test your detection capabilities and have a training partner for the detection teams (blue team) and create suggestions for what detections to implement next.
Catch relevant issues
Catch individual issues or structural problems that are missed by other security controls and produce a list of high or critical findings that must be addressed to improve security.