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Today's cyber attackers are more advanced than at any time in modern history. With the growth of worldwide hacking groups and state-sponsored attacks, no industry sector is immune from attack. It is more important than ever to remain vigilant and to ensure vulnerability management and penetration testing resources are included in your overall risk management plans and execution.

Incident response has become an important component of information technology (IT) programs. Because performing incident response effectively is a complex undertaking, establishing a successful incident response capability requires substantial planning and resources.

New vulnerabilities are discovered at an astonishing rate. Attackers analyze the vulnerabilities to determine if exploit code can be developed. Once the exploit code has been developed, the launch pad is ready to attack susceptible targets. Organizations that do not continually scan for and repair or remediate vulnerabilities face a growing risk of being the next compromised victim.

Lazarus Alliance Red Team exercises extend the objectives of penetration testing by examining the security and privacy posture of organizations and the capability to implement effective cyber defenses. Lazarus Alliance Red Team exercises simulate attempts by adversaries to compromise mission and business functions and provide a comprehensive assessment of the security and privacy posture of systems and organizations. Such attempts may include technology-based attacks and social engineering-based attacks.

  • Technology-based attacks include interactions with hardware, software, or firmware components and/or mission and business processes.
  • Social engineering-based attacks include interactions via email, telephone, shoulder surfing, or personal conversations.

Lazarus Alliance Red Team exercises are conducted by Lazarus Alliance penetration testing teams with knowledge of and experience with current adversarial tactics, techniques, procedures, and tools.

Threat vectors we provide services for include:

  1. Accredited to NIST 800-115
  2. Red Team exercises
  3. Static Code Analysis
  4. Dynamic Code Analysis
  5. Authenticated Vulnerability Testing
  6. Unauthenticated Vulnerability Testing
  7. Authenticated Penetration Testing
  8. Unauthenticated Penetration Testing
  9. SCAP Benchmark Testing
  10. Physical Security Testing
  11. Wireless Security Testing
  12. Social Engineering or Human Hacking
  13. Phishing Testing

While penetration testing may be primarily laboratory-based testing in coordination with the Lazarus Alliance NVLAP Laboratory during Common Criteria testing or part of FedRAMP, StateRAMP, and NIST 800-53 3PAO testing, organizations can use red team exercises to provide more comprehensive assessments that reflect real-world conditions.

The results from red team exercises can be used by organizations to improve security and privacy awareness and training and to assess control effectiveness.

To help prepare for these incidents, our Lazarus Alliance Red Team exercises are coupled with the incident response plan to help organizations identify weaknesses and eliminate risks.

A Lazarus Alliance Red Team assessment is a comprehensive security testing technique that involves simulating real-world cyberattacks on an organization's systems, networks, and infrastructure. The Lazarus Alliance Red Team, comprised of skilled Cybervisor© professionals, acts as the adversary, attempting to breach the organization's defenses using tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) similar to those employed by malicious actors.

The primary objective of a Lazarus Alliance Red Team assessment is to identify vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and gaps in an organization's security posture that could be exploited by attackers. By conducting simulated attacks from an external or internal threat perspective, the Lazarus Alliance Red Team helps organizations enhance their security resilience, incident response capabilities, and overall cybersecurity readiness.

This proposal assists organizations in establishing incident response capabilities and handling incidents efficiently and effectively.

Lazarus Alliance provides battle-tested policies and guidelines for incident handling, particularly for analyzing incident-related data and determining the appropriate response to each incident.

The Lazarus Alliance Red Team services can be followed independently of particular hardware platforms, operating systems, protocols, or applications.

The following illustration depicts the organized rigor involved with our incident response service lifecycle.

Lazarus Alliance utilizes the NIST 800-61 Computer Security Incident Handling Guide as the foundation for our well-managed incident response and Lazarus Alliance Red Team services.

Key components of a Lazarus Alliance Red Team assessment include:

  1. Reconnaissance: Gathering information about the target organization to identify potential entry points and vulnerabilities.

    The Lazarus Alliance Red Team conducts reconnaissance activities to gather information about the target organization, its systems, networks, and security controls. This may involve passive information gathering through open-source intelligence (OSINT) and active scanning to identify potential attack vectors.

    Lazarus Alliance Red Team members may attempt social engineering techniques, such as phishing emails or phone calls, to manipulate employees into revealing confidential information or granting unauthorized access to systems.

    The Lazarus Alliance Red Team identifies and exploits vulnerabilities in the organization's infrastructure, applications, and services to gain unauthorized access or escalate privileges.

  2. Exploitation: Attempting to exploit identified vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to systems or sensitive data.

    Using the information gathered during reconnaissance and vulnerability analysis, the Lazarus Alliance Red Team attempts to exploit weaknesses in the organization's defenses to gain access to sensitive data or systems.

  3. Lateral Movement: Moving laterally within the network to escalate privileges and access additional resources.

    Once initial access is achieved, the Lazarus Alliance Red Team moves laterally within the network to explore and exploit additional systems, mimicking the tactics of a sophisticated attacker.

    Lazarus Alliance Red Team members attempt to escalate privileges to gain higher levels of access within the network, potentially reaching critical systems or sensitive data repositories.

  4. Data Exfiltration: Attempting to extract sensitive data or information from the organization's systems without detection.

    The Lazarus Alliance Red Team simulates the extraction of sensitive data from the organization's systems without detection, demonstrating the potential impact of a successful cyberattack.

  5. Reporting: Providing a detailed report of the assessment findings, including vulnerabilities exploited, recommendations for remediation, and potential improvements to security defenses.

    Following the exercise, the Lazarus Alliance Red Team compiles a detailed report outlining the findings, vulnerabilities exploited, potential risks, and recommendations for enhancing the organization's security posture.

Overall, Lazarus Alliance Red Team assessments help organizations proactively identify and address security weaknesses, improve incident response capabilities, and enhance overall cybersecurity posture to better defend against real-world cyber threats.

By performing these activities in a controlled and ethical manner, Lazarus Alliance Red Teams help organizations identify weaknesses, improve incident response capabilities, and strengthen overall cybersecurity defenses against real-world threats.

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The number one threat to infrastructures today is known vulnerabilities and by leveraging the power of Lazarus Alliance Cybervisors today, your organization will stop looking like low-lying fruit to cybercriminals.

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How we make a difference!


Identify vulnerabilities on network devices, operating systems, desktop applications, web applications, databases, and more.

Lazarus Alliance provides a new level of visibility for network and application security. The vulnerability scanning & penetration testing we provide gives you insight into how your systems would fare against attackers.


Detect and fix possible weaknesses in your network’s security before they are exploited by intruders.

Armed with evidence of system weaknesses, you’re better equipped to fix vulnerabilities and secure the network. At the conclusion of each session, Lazarus Alliance provides recommendations you can use to remediate vulnerabilities or implement compensating controls.


Anticipate and prevent common system vulnerabilities.

With Lazarus Alliance, you can quantify the risk to your information assets by examining the controlled exploits and tests performed on your systems. Our reports will help you understand the true weaknesses in your network and applications. We demonstrate the vector an attacker could use to penetrate your network or application. This allows for a more accurate estimation of the potential damage to your data and core business assets which are essential for risk mitigation.


Demonstrate compliance with current government and industry regulations such as PCI DSS, FedRAMP, SOC 1, SOC 2, CMMC, StateRAMP, CJIS, DFARS, NERC, FISMA, SOX, GLBA, and HIPAA.

Lazarus Alliance’s up-to-date threat database includes thousands of known vulnerabilities. In addition to identifying vulnerabilities, we give you the threat level and shows you how to fix them in most cases. Our Cybervisors check for industry updates every time we conduct assessments, you can be confident that you are defending your network and applications against the latest threats.


Perform configuration audits with policies defined by FDCC, USGCB, and DISA.

With Lazarus Alliance, you can focus attention and resources where they are needed most. Knowing with confidence the extent of network and application vulnerabilities allows you to manage its remediation most efficiently.

You need qualified proactive cyber security assistance to implement effective controls and countermeasures. Lazarus Alliance Cybervisors are here to help! The alternative may be that your company is on the next industry breach report and you are stepping down from your position because you could have done more to protect your company.


If you are not sure of what you need and would like some complimentary recommendations, please call +1 (888) 896-7580 and schedule some time with our Cybervisors.