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Offensive Security

Discover how to protect yourself from a more offensive strategy.

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Through non-automated attack simulations and in a controlled manner by cybersecurity analysts, we evaluate not only the security level of digital assets, but also the detection and response capacity of your organization.

Evaluate the effectiveness of security controls.

Identify and exploit vulnerabilities.

Improving preparedness and response to incidents

Strengthening the safety culture.

Develop recommendations to improve safety.


Services involving the simulation of sophisticated and realistic attacks to test threat response capabilities.

Red Teaming (TIBER-EU / Assume Breach Model)

The objective is to comprehensively and realistically evaluate the effectiveness of security measures, exposing their vulnerabilities by simulating attacks. These exercises are aimed at organizations with a level of maturity, such as those with their own defense equipment and detection and response capabilities.

The simulations mimic the tactics and strategies of real adversaries, with the aim of identifying flaws in physical and digital security systems, as well as in processes and personnel readiness. By performing these activities, it enables the organization to improve its ability to detect, respond and recover from security incidents, strengthening its overall security posture against real threats.

Red Teaming exercises offer a more realistic and challenging approach than traditional audits, providing a deeper understanding of potential vulnerabilities and better preparedness against advanced threats.

Anti-ransomware resilience

Preventive, detective and mitigating strategies are implemented to evaluate the effectiveness of anti-ransomware measures. These strategies range from the use of advanced technologies to the implementation of security policies and awareness programs.

The goal is to identify and track vulnerabilities, thus reducing the risk of ransomware attacks. This approach seeks to strengthen defenses, close breaches, protect sensitive data and improve the ability to respond and recover from potential attacks, increasing the resilience of the organization.

ICS/OT Audits

The purpose of this type of audit is to evaluate the security level of an OT Network and to review the security mechanisms in place. The aim is to identify and correct potential security problems, including system takeovers, access to or alteration of confidential data, and the ability to disrupt services. Objectives include determining the actual level of asset security, identifying vulnerabilities, providing recommendations for troubleshooting, establishing a security baseline and advising the organization’s teams.

Social Engineering

Awareness is a key part of shifting to a proactive approach and moving from cybersecurity to cybertranquility. In cybersecurity, the weakest link is always people.

It is therefore important to assess and strengthen the organization’s resilience to tactics such as phishing, manipulation of employees or the obtention of sensitive information by exploiting social and psychological aspects. To this end, we design tests and awareness programs aimed at improving an organization’s ability to resist attacks based on human manipulation.

Penetration Testing / Ethical Hacking

The objective is to evaluate the security of computer systems through the simulation of controlled attacks. Unlike malicious hackers, ethical hackers carry out these actions in an authorized manner and within a legal framework, with the purpose of identifying vulnerabilities and strengthening the security of the digital infrastructure. The professionals involved use techniques and tools similar to those of malicious hackers, but their goal is to improve system protection and prevent unauthorized intrusions.

Penetration testing involves the active search for weaknesses in networks, applications and devices, followed by recommendations to correct the vulnerabilities detected, thus helping to protect the integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and digital resources.

Web-Mobile Security Audits

Web and application security assessments proactively seek to identify security issues at all stages of development. According to the OWASP framework, with the main objective of determining the security level of the organization’s assets.

The outcome includes identification of vulnerabilities, detailed recommendations to address issues, establishment of a security baseline and ongoing support to the organization’s staff.

Internal Network Security Audits

This type of audit evaluates the security level of the organization’s internal network, analyzing the security mechanisms to identify and correct possible problems.

It focuses on vulnerabilities such as taking control of systems, accessing or altering sensitive data, and the ability to disrupt services. Using industry standard methodologies.

Perimeter Security Audit

These audits take a proactive approach to defending the organization by assessing asset security from an external perspective. External attack scenarios are simulated using standard methodologies such as OSSTMM Guidelines or SANS Institute.

In-depth analysis encompasses detection of entry points and identification of potential external threats, providing key information to strengthen defenses against external attacks.

WiFi Security Audit

In assessing WiFi network security, we focus on preserving the integrity of the organization’s wireless network through technical analysis. We identify potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses, addressing aspects such as security protocols, device functions and authentication and encryption mechanisms.

Cloud Security Audit

Security assessment in cloud-based environments focuses on identifying and strengthening potential vulnerabilities and insecure configurations that could compromise data integrity, confidentiality and availability.

Configurations, access controls, authentication and threats are reviewed, in addition to assessing compliance with cloud-specific policies and standards.

The ultimate goal is to ensure effective protection of cloud resources against threats and to comply with the required security standards.

Server Security Audit

The server security assessment seeks to identify and correct vulnerabilities, insecure configurations and risks that may compromise the integrity and availability of information.

To do so, the configuration is reviewed, access and authentication controls are analyzed, possible points of vulnerability are identified, and the security measures implemented are evaluated.

In addition, penetration tests can be performed to simulate attack scenarios and evaluate the resilience of the environment. 

Black/ Grey/ White Approach

A hybrid approach combining “Black Box” and “Grey Box” features is used in the security audit. The “Black Box” approach simulates an external attack without prior internal knowledge, while the “Grey Box” approach emulates an attack with some prior knowledge or limited access to the asset.

This provides a realistic assessment of the organizational context, identifying vulnerabilities from the perspective of an external attacker and allowing a more accurate assessment of security with some degree of prior information.

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With our comprehensive cybersecurity solutions, we provide you with complete and effective responses to address any vulnerability, thus strengthening the protection of your infrastructure and ensuring the business continuity of your organization.

RTaaS Lite

It continuously assesses security and looks for initial access using the ATT&CK framework to report any exploited access immediately.


Improves security through realistic simulations of periodic attacks, planned with cyber intelligence information and the ATT&CK framework, offering strategic advice to strengthen the organization’s defenses.

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