Thinking Like an Attacker: Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK for Enhanced Cyber Defense

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Tuesday, October 17th, 11:00 AEDT

Senior executives in the ANZ region are invited to join this virtual masterclass on ‘Thinking Like an Attacker: Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK for Enhanced Cyber Defense’.

Participants can expect a stimulating program in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is complimentary and by invitation only.

Thinking Like an Attacker: Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK for Enhanced Cyber Defense

Traditional defense techniques like firewalls and antivirus software offer some level of protection against cyber threats, but they are increasingly becoming insufficient. One key limitation is the absence of detailed information about what happens when an attacker gains access to your system. To address this issue, frameworks like MITRE ATT&CK provide a comprehensive mapping of cyber adversaries’ tactics, techniques, and procedures. This invaluable resource allows companies to understand the attacker’s perspective, offering insights into the various stages of an attack life cycle. 

The “think like an attacker” mindset enables organisations to proactively identify vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors, thereby strengthening their security posture. By integrating MITRE ATT&CK into their cybersecurity strategy, businesses can go beyond traditional reactive measures and adopt a more proactive, informed approach to secure their virtual boundaries against increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.

Here’s what you can expect at the masterclass:

  • The most common cyber attack & security frameworks used by SecOps teams
  • The key pillars of cyber security every organisation should adhere to
  • What a threat-centric process for building defense capabilities looks like
  • How to build and design a detection strategy, including a demo
  • How to efficiently operationalise the sheer volume of MITRE detections in SecOps, including a demo

Attended by leaders interested in advancing cybersecurity measures, leveraging threat intelligence, and fostering a culture of proactive defense against increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.

Job titles may include CISO, CIO, CTO, VP of Cybersecurity, VP of Risk Management, Head of IT, Head of Security Operations, Head of Security, Observability Manager, and other senior decision-makers.

10:50 AM: Log in of Guests
11:00 AM: Arrival of Guests
11:05 AM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
11:10 AM: Short address by Splunk
11:15 AM: Speakers
11:45 AM: Q&A
12:00 PM: Discussion brought to a close

Hosted by Splunk


Event Detail

Tuesday, October 17, 2023 11:00
ANZ region

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