The result of MITRE Engenuity’s first-ever ATT&CK Evaluations for Industrial Control Systems (ICS) were released recently.
MITRE researchers utilized the Triton malware to put five different cybersecurity products from ICS providers to the test. Many of the world’s most essential infrastructures, such as energy transmission and distribution plants, oil refineries, wastewater treatment facilities, and more, rely on industrial control systems.
MITRE Evaluations employed a “curated knowledge base of adversary strategies, techniques, and processes based on recognized risks to industrial control systems” to test Armis, Claroty, Microsoft, Dragos, and the Institute for Information Industry products.
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