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Plan your protection strategy.

A Blue Team consists of a security team that strategically defends the organization against real attackers or even Red Teams.


Faults on actives and processes, and your potential attack vectors.


The organization general risk and its current protection level.


A plan according to the specific requirements of the situation.

the blue team.

A Blue Team periodically analyzes the effectiveness of the security policies and measurements taken by the organization, to ensure that all potential risks and threats are being revised, identified and mitigated.

The Blue Teams differ from the standard security teams in the sense that they possess the conscience of constant surveillance before attacks, being this the mission and main perspective of a true Blue Team.

The execution of Blue Team projects is carried out inside a macro project, with a bigger focus that covers both offensive and defensive techniques, inside a long-term execution plan.


Planification and execution of company-wide security subprojects, with both defensive and offensive techniques, within a strategic general scenario.

  • Red Team Operations
    Red Team Operations

    • Penetration testing
    • Offensive strategy
    • Risk research
    • Forensic analysis
  • Auditing

    • Due Diligence verification
    • Standards certifications (PCI, ISO, etc.)
    • Procedure revision and testing
    • Policies and processes development
  • Decision-making advice
    Decision-making advice

    • Market solutions research
    • Products and third-party services acquisition
    • Technology migration
    • Information and resources publishing

Application Security

Protection techniques for application development, from the design period to their set on production and continuous maintenance.

  • Code review
    Code review

    • Source code robustness (Static Analysis / SAST)
    • Application protection during execution time (Dynamic Analysis / DAST)
    • Reverse engineering
    • Exploiting
  • Development security
    Development security

    • Software development life cycle participation (SDLC)
    • Department interaction
    • Cyclic models implementation
    • International norms compliance
  • Environment analysis
    Environment analysis

    • Authentication and authorization factors
    • Traffic, storage and Backup ciphering
    • Infrastructure implementation strength
    • Network protection interaction


Corporate strategic training through hands-on, high-technical content courses, developed on-demand according to the needs of each specific case.

  • Red Team
    Red Team training

    • Computer Penetration Testing
    • Physical Infiltration
    • Social Engineering Essentials
  • Blue Team
    Blue Team training

    • Computer Forensics
    • Python for Pentesters
    • Secure Networks Architecture
  • Application security
    Application security

    • Secure development
    • OWASP’s Top 10
    • Secure API design


Creation of a long term defense strategy

Strengthening of current security processes

Establishment of a maturation measurement Baseline

Increase in the level of reliability of the organization’s general protection

Training to employees on the latest threats and countermeasures

Preparation of the organization for higher level and criticality responsibilities


  • Constant improvement plan
    • Intensive survey of the organization ecosystem
    • Long term execution plan development
    • Subprojects classification according to priority and criticality
    • Impact review of implementations and references crossing
    • Constant plan updating, according to the circumstances
  • Strategic view
    • Company-wide planification
    • Business plans integration
    • Corporate decisions participation
    • Proactive research in subjects related to the organization
    • Interdepartmental synergy


  • What is a “Purple Team”?

    The Purple Team exists to ensure and maximize the effectiveness level of both Red and Blue Teams. This is accomplished through the integration of defensive and control tactics by the Blue Team with the threats and vulnerabilities found by the Red Team in a unique instance that guarantees that the efforts of both teams are being leveraged at the maximum.

    In an ideal situation, the Red Team creates challenges for the Blue Team to solve. In doing so, both teams together are able to improve the organization security level and enhance the skills of all the people involved in the project.

    Through the implementation of a Purple Team solution, a strong synergy is accomplished that delivers added value to the end result.
  • Is hiring a Blue Team truly necessary?

    No. The internal security team and IT and development departments can perform the healing tasks that the Blue Team does. They would be able to understand the reports presented by a Red Team and make the necessary updates to mitigate any risks. With a Blue Team, tasks can be more robust to strategically plan the organization growth, but it isn’t vital to arrive at an acceptable security status.
  • Why is it important to start developing security processes at the planning stage?

    The anticipated addition of the security processes to the development life cycle allows to ensure that the protection activities (architecture analysis, code review, penetration testing) are applied parallel to the development process, enabling a direct interaction between the teams. This synergy creates a robustness in the code that is impossible to achieve by any other means, while saving the organization both time and money.

Blue Teams work from the inside out. They have access to all the necessary documentation and systems and actively participate in management meetings to contribute ideas relating to the security strategy.