Our IT security experts will use Mitre ATT&CK to create attack emulation scenarios to test and verify your system defence. This will let them know how attackers operate to carry out a threat.
Acting as an adversary, we will help you use the ATT&CK framework to create red team plans, provide security feedback and organise operations to demonstrate the impact of a breach.
ATT&CK describes ways to detect threats from potential attackers. We can use this information to develop security rules for your organisation in a security information and event management solution to curb future attacks.
With the Mitre ATT&CK framework, IT security experts can investigate how an attack works and the malware used. We will leverage this information to identify the Mitre ATT&CK technique used and take advantage of the data provided by the framework.
Our IT security experts will use the Mitre framework to assess existing or new tools before purchase to determine security vulnerabilities and help fix them
Since Mitre Attack makes reporting more accessible, our analysts can use tools to generate reports about a technique used by attackers and provide details and mitigation when needed.
Our IT security team can use the ATT&CK framework to determine how effectively your security operations centre is detecting, analysing and responding to cyberattacks.
Mitre Attack makes it easy to detect and track threats across your system. Our IT experts can evaluate each of the techniques in the framework and determine if attackers have targeted your business.
In surveillance, the adversary is trying to gather information about your organisation, which they can use to plan future operations.
In resource development, cyber attackers try to create, purchase or steal resources they can use to sustain their operations.
In this phase, the tactic is to try to get into your organisation's network by targeted spear phishing and exploiting weaknesses on public-facing web servers.
In execution, the attacker tries to run malicious code on your system to reinforce the attack.
The attacker will try to gain a foothold to keep access to your system to prevent being cut off in case of a restart, change of credential or other interruption.
This tactic consists of techniques to gain higher-level permissions on a system or network by taking advantage of system weakness or misconfiguration.
In defence evasion, the attacker tries to avoid detection through uninstalling security software or encrypting data and scripts.
This tactic consists of the attacker's techniques for stealing data, like account names and passwords.
In discovery, the attacker is trying to learn about your system and internal network.
In this tactic, the attacker tries to get into and control a remote system on your network.
In the collection, the attacker is trying to gather relevant data. Typical targets are drive types, browsers and email.
Command and control
Attackers try to communicate with the compromised system to manipulate them.
This tactic consists of techniques like compressing and encrypting data that attackers use to steal information from your network.
The attacker tries to manipulate or disrupt your business and the operational process by destroying or tampering with your data.
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