Over the years there has been a slew of security frameworks, including ISO-17799, ISO-27000, Cobit, NIST, and others.
Unfortunately, these frameworks didn’t cover the actual, tactical needs of security operations teams. That is, until the MITRE ATT&CK framework was introduced.
IT security company DRS, and its vendor partner, Cybereason, believe that the MITRE ATT&CK framework is far more effective as it is made up of two elements — techniques, tactics, and procedures, and adversary emulation planning guidelines.
Learn the stages to implement an efficient, iterative defence with MITRE ATT&CK around adversaries, defence posture, and security operations. This will bring visibility into your environment and lessen your security team’s load by filling any gaps in your defence.
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