Topic: Introducing MITRE ATT&CK
Join us for this presentation by Chris Ante, Cyber Security Engineer with The MITRE Corporation
Time and Location: September 15th, via Zoom Meeting 12:00-1:00pm
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Presentation Summary: How do we keep up with adversary behaviors as they continually evolve and leverage new and evolving technologies? The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a knowledge base of adversary behaviors that serves as a common language for network defenders. This talk aims to explain how ATT&CK can be leveraged for various use cases and how you can implement using ATT&CK within your own organizations.
Chris Ante is a Cyber Security Engineer with The MITRE Corporation and member of the MITRE ATT&CK team where he primarily focuses on analyzing cyber adversary behaviors. In his role, he works closely with government agencies, private industry, and the broader cyber security community to understand how threat actors leverage various technology domains for their objectives, which include but are not limited to cryptocurrency, the darknet, exploiting critical infrastructure, and cloud environments.
Before joining MITRE, he worked as a Technology Consultant for IBM doing blockchain and application security, as the Program Director of Cybersecurity for the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC), and has experience in red-teaming. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology and he is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Applied Intelligence, with a focus in Cyber Intelligence, at Georgetown University.