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Off Sec

What is Offensive security?

Offensive Security is a proactive and adversarial approach to uncover the numerous attack-vectors or threats that might bring down the organisation. However, the intent is to challenge the Defensive Security strategy to evade it. Plus, testing the defence-in-depth paradigm.

Vulnerability Assessment
Penetration Testing
Social Engineering
Malware Analysis
Reverse Engineering
Digital or Cyber Forensics

What is OffSec Teaming?

The abundance of cyber attacks is growing. The significance of analysis and expertise to advancing it is expanding the gap between the time of the attack and the time of the discovery. That’s where teaming arises to solve the problem. Teaming operations simulate real-life adversarial scenarios–with one team attacking, and another defending.

Know more about the difference  of the Offensive Security vs Defensive Security 

Social Engineering, Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, Digital Forensics, Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering are the branches of Offensive Security. 

Years of Experience

What Are the Different Types of Teams?

Red team and blue team analyses are delegated and modelled after military operations. The red team runs continuous simulations to test the organisation’s defence-in-depth strategy. It is very much similar to the soldiers practising before they are ready for the mainstream battle. It is a proactive approach to identify the security gaps before the real-malicious adversaries take down the organisation.

The red teams play the offensive role of the enemy, while the blue-team is on the defensive, shielding their environment. In the information security domain, the characters are the same. However, the war field is in the digital sphere.

red team
The organisation hired Adversarial team.
purple team
To manage both the Red and Blue Team.
blue team
The organisation hired IT Security team.
benefits of


  • Tap attack vectors that intruders could exploit
  • Illustrate how intruders could move throughout your system – Lateral Movement and beyond.
  • Bestow insight on your organisation’s intelligence to anticipate, recognise, and acknowledge to unconventional threats
  • Classify alternative possibilities or consequences of an exploit or attack plan
  • Prioritise remediation strategies based on what is causing the most significant risk
  • Establish a business case for improvements, extending new solutions, and computer security investments.
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