Organizations with a comprehensive understanding of how adversary capabilities and methodologies can be utilized against their environments, and how to detect those activities, can gain crucial confidence in the safety of their most critical assets and data.
We are committed to setting the pace of the industry in simulating, detecting and hardening against advanced adversary capabilities through our investment in top-notch training, tools, and community engagement. Our experts have been on the front lines in defending government agencies and the world’s largest enterprises in the financial services, healthcare, technology, media and communications industries, taking the lead in defending against today’s threats. While our customers will always come first, we believe that through openly sharing our capabilities with the community, we can help improve not only the security posture of our customers, but of the industry as a whole.
Many customers find it difficult to understand what exactly comprises adversary-focused services (breach assessments, red team and hunt operations, penetration tests, etc.).
To be blunt, the information security industry has traditionally not looked to provide satisfactory answers to these questions, or enable customers to improve their own defensive capabilities.
To combat the uncertainty surrounding adversary services, SpecterOps is committed to full transparency in all our engagements and all our service offerings. We know that our clients can move the needle of their security posture beyond just what we can just do for them. We share our Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), operational methodologies and technical capabilities freely in the knowledge that your team will become proficient to help your organization with maturing its threat detection, response and hardening capabilities. Our hope is our mentality will inform and set the pace for the overall security industry in the best ways to simulate, detect, respond and combat today’s adversaries, and further share those capabilities so we can move the needle of security for all organizations.