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Purple Teaming (PTE)

Purple teaming exercises offer a unique learning opportunity for blue teams by fostering a culture of continuous improvement and resilience against cyber threats by promoting adaptability and proactive security measures.

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Case Study

A United Front

According to TechTarget, purple teaming enables organizations not only to refine their offensive and defensive strategies but also to improve relations and collaboration between these historically separate teams. The process involves regular checks and reviews of the current cybersecurity strategy, allowing for a real-time assessment of how well the blue team reacts to attacks simulated by the red team. This collaborative effort provides valuable ROI insights on cybersecurity investments, making it a vital exercise for organizations aiming to bolster their security measures (TechTarget, 2023).

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What's Purple Teaming?

Purple teaming in cybersecurity is a collaborative approach that blends the offensive strategies of red teams with the defensive tactics of blue teams to enhance an organization's overall security posture. This method facilitates real-time feedback and knowledge sharing between the teams, allowing defenders (blue team) to learn from attackers (red team) in a controlled environment. It appeals to blue teams by providing direct insight into how attacks are constructed and executed, enabling them to improve their defensive mechanisms and response strategies more effectively.

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Modern Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs)

Advanced Threat Intelligence Use Cases

Purple teaming leverages cutting-edge threat intelligence for realistic attack scenarios, improving the organization's ability to anticipate and prepare for emerging threats.

Industry Standards and Innovation

Methodologies You Can Trust

We use well known and global industry standards and frameworks to ensure our attack pathologies are digestible and create a map for technical professionals at all levels to follow post engagement. Additionally, these frameworks give us foundations to innovate off of to create new threats keeping our engagement tactics revolving and fresh.

NIST SP 800-53

This publication provides a broad set of security and privacy controls for federal information systems and organizations, aimed at ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information technology assets.

ISO/IEC 27001

ISO/IEC 27001 is an international standard that specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an Information Security Management System (ISMS) within an organization. 

MITRE ATT&CK Framework

A comprehensive matrix of tactics, techniques, and procedures used by threat actors, providing cybersecurity professionals with a detailed blueprint for understanding, detecting, and defending against cyber attacks.

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The Best Of Both Worlds

Increase Security Team Cohesion Once and For All

Facilitating cooperation between offensive and defensive teams promotes a unified security culture, enhancing overall team effectiveness and morale. Continuous feedback loops from purple team exercises enable agile updates to security practices, keeping pace with evolving cyber threats.

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