Engaging red teams and learning from them is an exercise we typically find quite useful. In this red/blue team exercise, they are our adversaries, and sometimes we get really interesting results.
According to a recent article in the Financial Times, worries about attacks on the SWIFT banking platform have only grown since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which prompted the ousting of seven Russian banking lenders from the global payment network.
Providers of non-detection-oriented security solutions need objective, transparent methodologies to evaluate and frame their value propositions. This need was the driver behind the launch of MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK® Evaluations Trials, an exploratory new program designed to help niche solutions providers realistically describe their strengths in defending against known adversary behavior.
MITRE Engage is a framework that systematizes adversary engagement. MITRE Engage replaces the MITRE Shield knowledge base, focusing on the areas of denial, deception, and adversary engagement.
If you have been following our blog, you already know that we are big fans of the MITRE ATT&CK framework. ATT&CK has become the de-facto framework for describing attacker tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs).