We discuss what actually is thinking like a bad guy, and why it's needed for Red Teaming.
Dan explains project managements, pitfalls, do's and don'ts and provides a good framework for project management.
Impromptu Q and A from questions on Instagram and the blog.
Uri talks about common sense.
Dan and Uri answer several questions from the listeners. Please send questions and comments via Instagram and redteams.net
Dan and Uri talk AGAIN about what Red Teaming is and is not. The result of some disappointing answers from listeners.
Listen to Mark on Episode 006.
We are thinking about organizing a Red Teaming conference, however, we wanted to hear from you about what Red Teaming is, in your words. Check it out.
We, together with Brian Green and a few others met at a bar in NYC and answered questions. Noisy and with technical difficulties, some of the questions are here. Enjoy.
We go into story time mode. Episode 20 will be recorded live in NYC, so here are a few stories from past projects, with red teaming examples. WARNING: lots of cursing. If you don't like two guys just telling stories and cursing here and there, skip this episode.
We talk about F3EAD in relation to Red Teaming, how to this concept can be applied across domains. Also, the Red Team Kill House and the live episode.
We speak with Matt Fiddler from SEREPick. Matt provided a wealth of information about physical security, the mindset behind how bad guys go about doing things, and how this plays together in the digital world.
We talk about thing digital. Techniques, tools, and how to approach it. Beware of teh cyb3r,
Uri has a conversation with Bryan Black from ITS Tactical about the benefits of the adversarial mindset on a variety of skills. They chat about the skillset building that IT Tactical provides, how this combination of skillsets can make you a better adversary.
Yes, Dan was doing stuff in places...
We discuss being Left of Bang, situational awareness, and applying the OODA loop. Dan talks about completing the BBB Challenge, and Brian Green calls in to congratulate him. Brian also talks about situational awareness and security.
Uri answers a question from a reader about what hardware, OS and software he uses.
We talk about TTPs, how having a SOP can help, the mindset behind this and good things to have. We talk also about the Red Team "Kill House" and what it is.
We answer a question about how to become a red teamer. This is something often asked, but in this particular case, a 16 year old asked how he can begin his career as a red teamer.