Our adversarial attack simulation tests how an organization performs against real-world cyber-attacks. They detect strengths and weakness using numerous combined techniques including open source intelligence, phishing, social engineering, and network and application attacks.

Are you still banking on traditional vulnerability assessments?
Is your new implmented security plan all tested?
Do you know how your organization would respond to a multi-vector attack?

Red Team Assessments

The Seniors IT’ Red Team Assessments emulates a full attack lifecycle, from reconnaissance to full attack simulation. We simulate the tactics, techniques, and procedures of a real-world targeted attack without the business damaging consequences.

Our Approach

Seniors IT Red team assessments are the best way to test your security controls and capabilities to detect and respond to malicious attacks against your most important business assets.


We put together definitive “Rules of Engagement,” outlining the specific activities that are allowed and compile a list of red team goals or “flags” to capture during the assessment. Exclusions are noted and testing timelines are agreed upon.

Information Gathering and Reconnaissance

Our Red Team members use both private and public methods of intelligence gathering to develop the foundation for attacks. Information is collected from multiple sources like Social media, search engines, OSINT tools, Deep and dark web and other relevant sources pertaining to the target organization. Information of email addresses, phone numbers, previous data breach credentials, web or mobile applications along with API endpoints is collected during this process.

Mapping and Planning of Attack

The attack strategy is planned at this stage. The approach is based on the information gathered in the previous stage and includes Enumerating subdomains hidden environments, Analyzing cloud services for possible misconfigurations, Checking authentication forms for weak or default credentials and crafting social-engineering pretext scenarios

Executing Attack and Penetration

The information and intelligence gathered in the previous stages are put to use to launch a host of attack options across all relevant vectors. Execution includes exploiting previously identified vulnerabilities, compromising systems, exploiting client-side vulnerabilities, targetting personnel using social engineering methods, etc.


Reporting and Documentation

Our reports are the best in the industry. Each is customized to the specific scope of the engagement and outlines any vulnerabilities discovered and exploited. The reports are designed to be easily digestible but complete in the findings, giving both the exploitation likelihood and potential impact.