MITRE is a not-for-profit organization that operates federally-funded research and development centers. Their ATT&CK framework is a useful cybersecurity model illustrating how adversaries behave and explaining the tactics you should use to mitigate risk and improve security. ATT&CK stands for “adversarial tactics, techniques and common knowledge.”
This presentation explores a methodology for pairing proven industry frameworks like MITRE ATT&CK with threat modeling practices to quickly detect and respond to cyber threats. With this approach, industrial organizations can slice their infrastructure into smaller components, making it easier to secure their assets and minimize the attack surface.
Takeaways include how to:
-Make the most out of their threat intelligence feeds
-Report on progress and compliance
-Negotiate trust relationships in the intelligence sharing cycle
-Improve their organization’s overall security posture