APT Attack Simulation2022-01-18T11:33:40+03:00

What is APT?

APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) attacks are large-scale attacks using highly specialized malware designed to leak data or monitor network activity from large corporations and governments. APT attacks operate on the principle of providing access to the network and staying on the network for an extended period of time without being detected.

What is APT Attack Simulation?

APT attack simulation involves identifying security vulnerabilities in the organization by simulating a real attack scenario so that the organization is prepared for possible APT attacks. The detailed reporting of the test results together with the solution recommendations makes the organization safer for real cyber attacks.

APT Saldırı Simülasyonu

APT Attack Simulation Methodology

Gaining Access

-Phishing e-mails or malicious software is used to access the system through security vulnerabilities.

Building a Basis

– After the first access to the target is achieved, backdoor and tunnel networks are created using malware techniques such as rewriting to increase access and not be noticed.

Increasing Access

-In order to increase system control, access to administrative accounts is increased by applying various methods including password cracking methods.

Extending Authority

-After gaining access, the lateral movement area in the corporate network is increased to gain access to other secure areas of the corporate network and servers.

Performing the Attack

-The data is centralized and transferred to the desired systems.

Staying in the System Until Detected

-The back door is created to access the system again if necessary and data is collected from the system.

Frequently Asked Questions About APT Attack Simulation

How Often Should I Perform APT Attack Simulation?2020-03-13T10:45:09+03:00

It is recommended that the APT Attack Simulation Service that you will take in order to keep your organization’s awareness alive and improve your measures will be carried out every six months.

Why Should I Have APT Attack Simulation?2020-03-13T10:44:58+03:00

The most dangerous players in the cyber world are the APT groups, which have financial or motivational support, patiently investigating their goals and weaknesses. With highly customized malware attacks, they can remain hidden for a long time, damaging the systems they can access. It is important to be able to analyze your behavior in the event of a possible APT attack.

What is the Scope of APT Attack Simulation?2020-03-13T10:44:47+03:00

It is within the scope of APT Attack Simulation to check for existing security mechanisms against APTs and to detect channels that may leak data.

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