Check This Out: Threat Simulator's MITRE ATT&CK Navigator
2021-03-31 | 4 min read
Making Breach and Attack Simulation a Little Easier...
"Show, don't tell."
That's not just a hit single by the Canadian power trio Rush, it's a fact of life. In fact, humans can process visual information 6-60x faster than text alone. Seeing isn't just believing — it's how you get things done.
Here at Keysight, we couldn't agree more. That's why I wanted to take a sec to show off the MITRE ATT&CK navigator on Threat Simulator. With a simple point-and-click interface, simulating MITRE's enterprise exploits on your production network has never been easier!
What is MITRE ATT&CK?
I'll leave it to the fine folks at MITRE to explain: "MITRE ATT&CK is a globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations. The ATT&CK knowledge base is used as a foundation for the development of specific threat models and methodologies in the private sector, in government, and in the cybersecurity product and service community."
Threat Simulator's MITRE ATT&CK Navigator
A breach and attack simulation tool, Threat Simulator makes it easy to test your production network and security stack against a wide array of MITRE ATT&CK techniques& and subtechniques via simulated network attacks. But here's the cool part. Instead of simply scrolling through a regular old list of assessments, we've built a visual matrix for you to navigate instead that puts all of our MITRE ATT&ACK assessments right at your fingertips. Modeled on MITRE's very own enterprise ATT&CK Navigator, it makes it easy to see everything at a glance and drill down on all the individual subtechniques that comprise each of our MITRE assessments.
But, if you'd rather use a list, don't sweat it. We've got you covered there, too.
Try Threat Simulator for Free
So, now that I've told you all about Threat Simulator, it's time for you to see for yourself. After all, seeing is believing — and there's really nothing like getting your hands dirty and playing with a product yourself. That's why I wholeheartedly recommend you take Threat Simulator for a test drive, and sign up for a free, 14-day trial. We don't ask for payment info or anything, so don't worry — you aren't going to get charged if you forget about it. Just give it a spin and see what you think!
Or, if you're interested in learning a little bit more, request a quick quote for a short, hassle-free chat with one of our product experts. After all, we are currently offering two all-inclusive bundles for up to 65% off through April 30, 2021. So if you're looking to continuously improve your security posture, stay ahead of the latest threats and vulnerable misconfigurations, and prove you're making your network safer, there's never been a better time to take action.