Red, Blue and Purple Teams: Combining Your Security Capabilities for the Best Outcome
Getting a higher return on investment with purple teams
Red and Blue Teams have historically had an adversarial role, serving to work against one another in order to test an organization's security. However, pitting these teams on opposite sides is no longer an effective strategy. In this guide from security analyst SANS, sponsored by Core Security, we examine how the concept of a Purple Team, and how this approach can:
- Replace scoping with a more effective two phased method
- Provide more value in its reporting
- Improve communication and collaboration between units
- Utilize automation to increase efficiency
Ultimately, using Purple Teams encourages cooperation between units, creating cohesion and maximizing results. Read this guide to see how your organization can benefit from deploying its own Purple Team to create a stronger security profile.
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