Mitre Develops Cyber Threat Intelligence Tool to Share Attack Methods, Verify Attribution

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 14, 2019 — Mitre has built a database that works to curate public information on cyber threats and methods with the goal to provide organizations a platform where they can get data that could help them develop defense strategies for digital infrastructure, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

Federal News Network reported Tuesday that the ATT&CK tool, according to Mitre Cyber Threat Intelligence Chief Strategist Richard Struse, does not attribute cyber attacks but instead vets attributions based on public reporting.

“ATT&CK is really focused on the kinds of things that network defenders can use, understanding adversaries’ technical objectives and the ways that specific adversary groups have been attributed to specific behavior,” Struse said in an interview.

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