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Red Teaming & Tabletop Exercises

Introduction

For our red teaming and tabletop exercises, we leveraging off the law enforcement and aviation background of our CEO, and the security backgrounds of our support partners.  We provide real world scenarios to challenge our client’s plans, policies, systems, and assumptions to improve their own performance and response capabilities.

Red Teaming

We act as the ‘red team’ and will rigorously challenge a client’s plans, policies, systems, and assumption by adopting an adversarial approach.  The term red teaming is used to refer to the practice of trying to look at a given situation from the perspective of an adversarial party and that’s what we do.

By way of examples, for prisons we can act as organised crime, and rogue operators, and fly multiple missions against the facility including a payload drop.  For an airport, we can act a ‘deliberate disruptor’ (Gatwick type incident) and as a rogue pilot disrupting airport operations.  For stadiums, we can act as an issue motivated group with the intent of disrupting an event or a terrorist type incident.  We adjust our red team methodology to suit a client’s operation and requirements.

Due to limitations of where our drones can be legally flown, some of our ‘red teaming’ is based on a tabletop exercise. Contact us for more information.

Tabletop Exercises

Tabletop exercises are one of the most widely-used and cost-effective tools in Business Continuity and Crisis Management training. Our tabletop exercise are discussion-based sessions where team members meet in an informal, classroom setting to discuss their roles during an emergency and their responses to a particular emergency situation.

Our facilitator guides participants through a discussion of one or more scenarios. The duration of a tabletop exercise depends on the audience, the topic being exercised and the exercise objectives. Many tabletop exercises can be conducted in a few hours, so they are cost-effective tools to validate plans and capabilities.

Exercises enhance knowledge of plans, allow members to improve their own performance and identify opportunities to improve capabilities to respond to real events.

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