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Threat Intelligence-based Ethical Red Teaming (TIBER)

Introducing the New Standard in Red Teaming for Finance: Can Your Entity Detect and Neutralize Emerging Threats

Moving beyond traditional penetration testing

Threat intelligence-based red teaming provides a more nuanced and context-driven evaluation of an organization's security preparedness, aligning closely with the evolving nature of cyber threats and their potential impact on the business.

  • No deactivated security measures

  • No informed Security Operations Centers (SOC)

  • Aligned with your critical business functions

  • Overseen by the national regulatory entity in case of TIBER

  • Challenge detection & response tech, personell & processes 
     

Pin point focussed, scenario-based engagements with the goal to demonstrate business impact and benchmark an entity's resilience measures.

Why trust Exploit Labs with your TIBER engagement?

Talk to our experts

We are looking forward to providing you with any information you need. We understand that TIBER is still a very fresh concept and most institutes are participating the first time. Feel free to reach out so we can discuss any open questions.

Is TIBER the right choice for me?

TIBER has been specifically laid out for financial institutes and hence might not be the optimal solution for your needs if this does not apply to you. 

We offer more lightweight options with the following offerings:

  • Threat-led Penetration Testing for entities that work with a SOC. This can be understood as a "TIBER-light" engagement, without the involvement of the regulator and overall being run with less overhead.

  • Assume Breach Penetration Testing for entities that want to discover insights on the risk of imminent dangers of data breaches and ransomware. 

  • Internal Penetration Testing as a first start to identify vulnerabilities in your real estate and get a. reality check on patch, configuration and asset management, password & identity problems and  an overall overview of vulnerabilities and risk in your entity.

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