Red teaming, or the practice of detecting network and system vulnerabilities by taking an attacker-like approach to system, network or data access, has become a popular cybersecurity testing process across a wide swath of organizations. Sometimes referred to as “ethical hacking,” red teaming helps organizations be more self-aware and prepares IT teams for swiftly recovering and rebuilding in the event that systems become infiltrated.
To make red teaming truly effective, organizations need to help overwhelmed IT teams efficiently sift through large amounts of data so they can determine what’s important and better understand the breach (or potential breach) in question. They can do so by incorporating artificial intelligence (AI)-based cybersecurity solutions into their red teaming exercises.
Read more about the technological benefits of injecting AI-powered technology into red teaming activities on Security Magazine.