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Mastering MITRE's ATT&CK Matrix
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Kunchen
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Kunchen,
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8/9/2018 | 2:20:02 PM
Good post
This is indeed a very good post.  I enjoyed reading and I see a sequel in the future? "What happens after C&C?" At least from a an IR, CIRT, or from a security team's perspective.  Lessons learned? Controls review? Mitigation of damages? Investigation? Handling with LEO? 
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8/9/2018 | 10:46:11 AM
Red Team Integration
Great article! We've integrated the MITRE framework in our red team engagements to drive more value to our customers. Traditional red team penetration testing is dead, or it should be. Just going after privileged access like DA is a waste of time, as it's almost always easily accomplished through SE, MiTM, or trivial payload obfuscation. A much more valuable pentest involves evaluating the effectiveness of your controls against a number of probable attack vectors. That's where MITRE comes in. MITRE does a great job of identifying a wide range of attacks, and allows you to understand how effective your controls are in detecting and preventing it. Not to mention providing interpretable metrics that better establish what your organizations risk really is.
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fredheen,
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8/8/2018 | 5:57:47 AM
My opinion
In my opinion, it's quite interesting to read 


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