This year’s emulation by MITRE Engenuity focused on Data Encryption For Impact, which in common parlance we refer to as ransomware. MITRE’s lab tests simulated the attacks of two common ransomware operators: Wizard Spider and Sandworm.
Download the results summary to better understand Cybereason's performance in the ransomware evaluations and why these results matter for your organization.
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MITRE's Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge (MITRE ATT&CK) is a framework for understanding how adversaries operate. Using this framework, the MITRE Engenuity team conducts a real-world evaluation each year. The ATT&CK emulation tests are performed by MITRE Engenuity, a non-profit organization that provides transparency and publicly available test data to measure the efficacy of leading cybersecurity products and solutions. These evaluations are based on the ATT&CK framework, which maps adversarial tools, tactics, and procedures (TTPs) used by malicious actors and cybercriminals. MITRE ATT&CK 101.