War Story: “Can I see that?”

When traveling for these types of assessments, we always consider the location of a client’s facilities. Often, we’re fortunate enough that these locations are adjacent to a hotel, café, food court, or a shared facility in general. How does this help, other than the convenience of a nap or food in between efforts? To a malicious actor, one can use this to conduct passive reconnaissance to gather useful information which is anything from the target facility’s dress code, ingress/egress points, security camera placement, style of… … More War Story: “Can I see that?”

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War Story: The Key

Assessment Type: Covert Physical Security Assessment (Onsite)Target Type: Corporate Financial Institute Assessment Background When performing red team engagements that include physical and onsite social engineering components, our ability to piggyback/tailgate into target buildings and sensitive areas has an extremely high success rate. Walking in a confident manner and going through the motions of “badging in,” is simple … More War Story: The Key

War Story: Piggyback BBQ

Assessment Type: Red Team (Onsite)Target Type: Corporate Healthcare Institute Assessment Background With a loose-fitting patterned tie, white button-up shirt, some gray slacks, and a fake badge draped around my neck (that I had made up and printed at the hotel earlier that morning during breakfast), I was dropped off at the target facility by a fellow consultant. … More War Story: Piggyback BBQ