Identify the Real Gaps and Weaknesses That Leave an Organization Vulnerable to Today's Cyber Threats
Cybersecurity Fire Drill
All organizations need these exercises.
We pair traditional exercises with live-fire attacks and simulated breaches in our clients’ environments. Our team pressure tests the incident response, disaster recovery, and continuity of operations plans and systems against actual malware in real-time—validating or discrediting plans and tooling.
Practice and Pressure-Test Your Cybersecurity and Incident Response Plans
Provide Teams with an Actual Cybersecurity Incident for Real-World Experience
Identify Gaps and Weaknesses that Exist in the Organization
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We Can Help Test Your Defenses With a Real Cybersecurity Incident
While it's widely accepted that phishing is the most common cyber attack faced by organizations of all sizes, ransomware is what keeps security professionals, and the C-Suite up at night.
About Kinetic Tabletop
Apollo’s Kinetic Tabletop is the equivalent of a cybersecurity fire drill. It allows organizations to test their security controls and incident response posture and ensure that their people, processes, procedures, technologies, and protocols work as intended. Testing and validating are critical steps to prepare for an actual cybersecurity incident.
Apollo’s Kinetic Tabletop approach is unique in that that we pair traditional exercises with live-fire attacks and simulated breaches in our clients’ environments.
Our team pressure tests the incident response, disaster recovery, and continuity of operations plans and systems against actual malware in real-time – validating or discrediting plans and tooling.
About Our Approach
Our Kinetic Tabletops provide assurance that only comes from validation. We test and substantiate that security meets operational requirements by testing every aspect of the response. These range from non-destructive “production-safe” assessments and running hundreds of simulated attack vectors to customized attacks simulating complete kill-chains that bypass tools and protections.
Available for internal agent-based endpoint, server assessments, or external web-based assessments.
Additional packages, configuration, and activities to suit various requirements including lateral movement, data exfiltration, and phishing awareness.
Assists in rationalizing security spending, prioritizing mitigation