Dragon-Net "Red Team Exercise" is an expertly guided hands-on experience conducting simulated real-world attacks against procedurally generated computer networks. During the mock exercise, Mossé Security instructors guide students to their target, assisting them to employ concepts and strategies that advanced persistent threats (APTs) use to great effect.
The skills gained, and methodologies practiced during this exercise, can then be applied to attack any organisation and provide decisive insight into their weaknesses, allowing for defences to be created to improve their resiliency to attackers.
Students connect to Mossé Security’s cloud environment and are provided RDP or SSH access into randomly selected workstations and servers located in edge network environments. From there, students will learn how to escalate privileges, move across computers, completely compromise the network(s), and compromise as many IT assets as possible.
Mossé Security will facilitate the workshop by teaching and providing expert guidance to the students as well as lending special assistance to the beginners. We will also deploy security monitoring software across the network(s) and inform students about forensics traces their attacks are generating so as to assist them improve the stealth of their tradecraft.
By attending this workshop, you will learn to:
Penetration testers, Red Teamers, and security engineers. This course is also suitable for incident responders and forensics analysts looking to learn from attack techniques employed by adversaries.
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