The adversarial review is a simulated scenario on paper. We conduct site surveys as well as review relevant plans, policies, procedures (P3), counter-UAS system specifications, and publicly available information to perform our target analysis and develop realistic attack vectors as a specific, modeled threat. Unlike exercises, the review is not interactive outside of the initial information gathering stage.
The adversarial review is useful at any stage of counter-UAS system implementation, but it is recommended for the very early stages where it can have the greatest influence on P3 and counter-UAS system acquisition decisions. The review is also very useful for one-time events with time constraints such as movement of VIPs and cargo, sporting events, and emergency situations.
The results of the review define a specific threat, or range of threats, which can be incorporated into follow-on vulnerability assessments and subsequent risk management activities. Threat modeling is performed in-house, therefore you only need to have a rough order of magnitude notion of the threat. Of course, additional threat information is always welcomed for inclusion into our modeling.
- Information gathering
- Threat modeling
- Target analysis
- Attack vectors
- Written report
- Onsite presentation (online is desired)