Criminal organizations, who take their profession seriously and are motivated to go for their goals with a fully committed mentality, are looking for the Achilles heel of your organization and therefore penetrate deep into the DNA of your organization. They look for opportunities, or create them, to achieve their goals by figuring out how to disrupt security in your organization. In any form whatsoever, whether organizational, architectural, electronic or otherwise. With Red Teaming, we're basically doing the same thing. By thinking like the enemy, we can expose the threats and risky processes and weaknesses in your existing (security) organization.
4 days/36-40 hours (preferably 2 x 2 days in 2 weeks)
The course can be given in both Dutch and English.
After attending the course, each participant receives a certificate of participation from the ISEG Training Center
Incompany or on location at ISEG:
3712 BB Huis Ter Heide
Think like your opponent and stay away from existing paths and already known risks. That's the power of Red teaming. So "out-of-the-box" thinking, instead of calibrated attack tactics based on risk analyses of past incidents. Thinking from a threat perspective is important before thinking in terms of risks. Producing realistic threat scenarios that are tailored to your organization produces an attack methodology that is real and therefore never exaggerated. The use of Red Teaming is growing because it is especially successful with organizations that think they are secure enough. It doesn't matter whether your organization is public or private.
The course is taught by two highly experienced trainers who are experts in their field and work on both a strategic and operational level. The practical exercises are coordinated and supervised by a third trainer (White Team) who is also present as an observer at the live exercises at the selected locations. Depending on the level of the participants and knowledge about proactive security, a third trainer will be added.
The format for this specifically tailored training for your organization has been developed by Dick Drent, Director Omnirisk and Managing Partner of ISEG. Dick will therefore give the training himself in cooperation with a co-trainer. After 28 years of working for the Special Services of the police, Dick has been Head of Security Affairs and Corporate Security Manager of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam for 10 years since 2005. Dick provides training and advice in the field of proactive security to a variety of national and international organizations, governments and institutions. He is also responsible for strategic and operational support in major investigations, aimed at assettracing and recovery in major fraud investigations or, for example, art thefts. Dick is supported in the Red Teaming training by colleagues with a similar background, often from the special departments of police or defense and working at ISEG.
The 'Red Teaming' course is given on location at the Beukbergen Estate in compliance with the guidelines set by the RIVM with regard to COVID-19!
During this course the following, among other things, will be discussed:
The following learning objectives will be discussed in more detail:
At the end of this course the students will have access to it:
For more information about the course you can send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact us by phone on +31 (0)35 2340422. You can also register directly for the course using the button below.