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Understand and improve your security risk posture in order to prevent future breaches

We simulate high-impact security breaches to help organizations better understand real security risks

A penetration test assesses the effectiveness of security controls by simulating a real-world attack that mimics current adversary techniques. Penetration testing is useful for illuminating unknown security weaknesses that could result in a compromise. 

Organizations working towards a higher-level of security maturity may be ready for red team operations, which showcases the same standard operating procedures and goal-oriented nature of an advanced persistent attack. Red team operations is the next step in threat assessment and incident response preparedness. Praetorian’s core team includes former NSA operators and CIA clandestine service agents capable of executing advanced advisory simulation.

As part of Praetorian security assessments, and depending on the level of rigor, our security engineers employ a variety of techniques for uncovering unknown vulnerabilities.

Red team attack vectors may include:
External Network
Internal Network
Social Engineering
Physical Attacks
Wireless Network

Is your team prepared to detect, react, and stop advanced threats?

Improve resilience by training against the tactics, techniques and procedures used by today's sophisticated threat actors.
Praetorian’s core team includes former NSA operators and CIA clandestine service agents. The background and experience of out deep technical bench enables us to provide true war game simulation.

Red team operations

Are you ready for real-world threat actors? Red team exercises evaluate the effectiveness of security controls by simulating real-world attacks that mimic state of the art adversarial techniques.

Purple team tabletops

Advance your organization's security posture by constantly improving the skills and processes of both red and blue teams. Purple team tabletop exercises enhances the symbiotic relationship between teams.

Blue team support

Given the sophisticated nature of a red team operation, this service offering only makes sense for advanced blue teams with broad situational awareness of the environment and seasoned operators at the helm.

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"Praetorian's approach was very professional, to the point and comprised of in-depth analysis of the security vulnerabilities, which was greatly beneficial to us."
Fakhr Ul-Islam
Director Product Management IOT
"Praetorian was very quick to respond with quotes, very thorough in their testing procedures, and very accommodating to our schedule limits and tight deadlines. Will be back in touch soon to talk about additional work."
Mark House
Information Security
"I was very happy with the team, everyone was professional, the items found were useful, and I've received positive feedback from others here in engineering."
Mike Yoder
Software Engineer
"Praetorian always considers the broader set of enterprise services we have here at Qualcomm so reports and recommendations can be actionable."
Gabe Lawrence
Senior IT Security Engineer

Purple team activities will improve detection and response capabilities

Advance your organization's security posture by constantly improving the skills and processes of both red and blue teams. To do this, purple teams will conduct an adversary simulation between the testing team (red) and the organization's security operations (blue). Compared to penetration testing and red teaming, adversary simulations can simulate a known actor so the organization can improve its detection capabilities and better prepare for a specific real-world attack. Without the ability to detect a threat actor, the organization won’t be able to perform a proper response.

Since a purple team's objectives are to improve detection and response capabilities, access into the environment is provided to demonstrate what occurs after a simulated threat has code running on a system internally and not whether or not they can get that code to execute.

An alternative to full adversary simulation is a tabletop exercise where the operations team can determine in real-time if the tools and capabilities are able to detect its activities.

Activities that improve detection and response capabilities:
Purple Team Activities
Adversary Simulation
Staged Access
Tabletop Exercise

Blue team support prepares you to better defend against and stop threats

Blue teams refer to the internal security team that defends against both real attackers and red teams. Blue team support prepares your security operations to defend against attackers and helps you constantly improve the organization's security posture. Given the sophisticated nature of a red team operation, this service offering only makes sense for advanced blue teams with broad situational awareness of the environment and seasoned operators at the helm.

Praetorian is known for delivering actionable, accurate assessments that produce tangible security improvements. Many clients continue to improve their security posture by leveraging our team's security expertise to ensure successful mitigation and remediation. Praetorian is a collective of highly technical engineers and developers with decades of industry experience. We truly act as an extension of your team offering deep security expertise.

Activities to improve defenses and overall security posture:
Blue Team Support
Mitigation verification
Vendor analysis
Product Deployment

We use the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to help identify current and targeted future states of your organization's security program

Praetorian will benchmark your organization’s current cybersecurity posture to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and identify an appropriate target state based on the organization’s threat and vulnerability profile. By combining the NIST Framework and the Top 20 Critical Security Controls (CSC), a useful current/target state analysis can be performed and then utilized as a driver for prioritized activities to improve an organization’s security posture.

We use data gathered during the various phases of a security audit to identify the current state. Working closely with your organization, we will identify a target state based on the threats to your particular organization, your business needs, technology profile, and overall risk approach. Praetorian utilizes the results of technical security assessments, interviews, and documentation reviews to complete this service.
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