TRU Tips

The purpose of a Red Team is to find ways to improve the Blue Team, so Purple Teams should not be needed in organizations where the Red Team / Blue Team interaction is functioning properly.

Top 3 Differences Between Red, Blue, And Purple Teams
  • Red Teams are external entities brought in to test the effectiveness of a security program. This is accomplished by emulating the behaviors and techniques of likely attackers in the most realistic way possible. The practice is similar, but not identical to, penetration testing and involves the pursuit of one or more objectives.
  • Blue Teams refer to the internal security team that defends against both real attackers and Red Teams. Blue Teams should be distinguished from standard security teams in most organizations, as most security operations teams do not have a mentality of constant vigilance against attack, which is the mission and perspective of a true Blue Team.
  • Purple Teams are ideally superfluous groups that exist to ensure and maximize the effectiveness of the Red and Blue teams. They do this by integrating the defensive tactics and controls from the Blue Team with the threats and vulnerabilities found by the Red Team into a single narrative that ensures the efforts of each are utilized to their maximum.
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TRU/ILTA Webinar: How To Retain Technology Talent

Join us on Thursday, December 13 at 12:00pm ET for a TRU/ILTA webinar: “How To Retain Technology Talent.” This webinar is open to ILTA members and you can sign up for ILTA membership for free here! Leading legal technology staffing veteran and founder/CEO of TRU Staffing Partners Jared Michael Coseglia will guide the conversation, sharing stories and statistics to help employers make smarter and healthier decisions about employee retention and recruitment strategy. He will be joined by James Bekier, Director of Litigation Support at Baker Hostetler, who has one of the best retention rates of all TRU clients spanning almost a decade. James will share his keys to successful retention of legal technology talent. Register here!

Thursday, 13 December 2018, 13:27
Press Releases
TRU Staffing Partners CEO to Speak on ILTA Webinar “How to Retain Technology Talent”

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in e-discovery, cybersecurity and privacy, today announces that Jared Coseglia, founder and CEO of TRU, along with James Bekier, director of litigation services, Baker & Hostetler LLP, will be presenting an ILTA webinar titled “How to Retain Technology Talent.” The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 13, noon to 1:00 EST. During the webinar, Coseglia will lead the conversation and share stories and statistics to help employers make smarter and healthier decisions about employee retention and recruitment. He will be joined by Bekier, who has one of the best retention rates of all TRU clients and will share his insight on the successful retention of top talent.

Monday, 10 December 2018, 10:02
TRU Tips

Your LinkedIn profile picture speaks a thousand words about your business maturity.

TOP 3 LinkedIn Profile Photo Turn-Offs
  • Wearing sunglasses
  • Frowning, squinting, or making any face other than a smile
  • Cropping into focus from a much larger shot

Thursday, 06 December 2018, 16:42