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Purple Teaming

Purple Teaming is a coordinated effort between the Blue Team and the Red Team to verify that current defensive infrastructure is prepared for known threats.

CipherTechs Red Team Collaborating with your SOC

By verifying that the Blue Team is capable of being alerted to the Red Teams attempts to break into the organizations’ network, the Purple Team scenario can systematically increase the security of the organization and provide a better solution than penetration testing or only Red Teaming could provide.

CipherTechs Purple Teaming

Purple Teaming is specifically organized between the Red Team and the Blue Team in an attempt to find the best way to help the Blue Team and their SIEM detect, monitor, and block the Red Team’s attempts at finding a way into the network. During this simulated APT, the Red Team shares all of the attempts that will be made during the simulated breach with the Blue Team. The Red Team and Blue Team work together to verify their security measures will be able to assist Blue Team in detecting these forms of attacks in a real world scenario. Once the simulated attack is over, anything that was missed by the Blue Team is noted by the Red Team and work is undertaken to shore up those defenses and make necessary changes to the defensive infrastructure so the Blue Team is better suited to defend against these scenarios in the real world.

CipherTechs runs a Blue Team that is specialized in providing MSSP services and is knowledgable in onprem and cloud defense infrastructure. By integrating CipherTechs Blue Team into your Organizations’ Security Team, and supplementing their knowledge with CipherTechs Red Team, your Organization can be confident that your defenses will be tested more thoroughly than could be done with just a penetration test or a Red Team alone.

Purple Team Benefits

  • All the benefits of a Red Team Assessment
  • All the benefits of a Security Assessment
  • Added Benefit of the Red Team helping the Blue Team detect these attacks in their existing infrastructure or making recommendations for additional defensive tools and configuration
  • SIEM log gap analysis through simulated attacks