Faster Detection and Response with MITRE ATT&CK

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The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a tool to help security teams create a more effective security defense. ATT&CK uses open standards and is essentially a database of documented threat behaviors. 

Using the ATT&CK framework, analysts can track threat actor behavior to speed up incident response and investigation. When combined with a SIEM or UEBA solution, ATT&CK bridges the gap between why an alert is firing and what it means. 

In this webinar, we will look at how security analysts can use the ATT&CK framework to more quickly understand how an alert relates to a larger attack so they can take the necessary steps to protect their business.

Key takeways:

  • What is the MITRE ATT&CK framework
  • How MITRE ATT&CK improves detection and response
  • How to reference ATT&CK tactics and techniques in an investigation


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Guy Grieve

EMEA Pre Sales Manager, LogPoint

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Dominic Grunden

CISO for UnionDigital Bank and ClubCISO Member

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Rick Howard

CSO, Senior Fellow, Chief Analyst

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