CardinalOps, based in Tel Aviv and Boston, has added MITRE ATT&CK Security Layers to its detection posture management capabilities. The de facto reference for evaluating a company’s detection capabilities against main attacks and attackers is MITRE ATT@CK.
More than 500 techniques and sub-techniques are included in ATT&CK, which is used by threat actors. The company has since added MITRE ATT&CK Security Layers to its platform. According to Phil Neray, VP of cyber defense strategy at CardinalOps, “Security Layers adds an additional dimension to ATT&CK coverage for the first time because it examines the ‘depth’ of coverage.”
The attack surface is not taken into account when calculating the number of detection rules for a particular ATT&CK technique in traditional methods of measuring MITRE ATT&CK coverage in SIEM/XDR platforms.
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