AttackIQ Elevates U.S. Government Cybersecurity Effectiveness
The U.S. federal government is one of the most prominent targets in cyberspace, facing daily cyberattacks from advanced persistent threat actors. Implementing a threat-informed defense helps government agencies gain the insights they need to ensure true cybersecurity effectiveness.
Better insights. Better decisions.
Real security outcomes.
Zero trust is not enough: The case for continuous control validation
The continuous data flow from automated testing gives agencies the insights they need to effectively modify inadequate security tools.
The CISO’s Guide to NIST Security Control Compliance
Read how aligning the ATT&CK framework with the NIST security control structure helps close gaps in an organization’s security ecosystem.
AttackIQ Bolsters Cybersecurity Controls Throughout a Large U.S. Military Service
One of the United States’ largest military services has adopted the AttackIQ Security Optimization Platform to improve its cybersecurity performance and that of the U.S. military as a whole. Why did they do it, and what are their hopes for the platform? “We wanted a tool for continuously assessing the effectiveness of our people and organizations against specific new threats we could see coming down the pike,” according to a U.S. military service capabilities manager.
Validating DoD CMMC Compliance Effectiveness
In the winter of 2020, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) launched its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requiring that every DoD contractor that handles unclassified DoD-related information achieves a specific security certification. In response, AttackIQ has introduced new assessments into the Security Optimization Platform to validate CMMC security controls. See how AttackIQ would assess your organization’s CMMC compliance.
Uniting Risk and Threat Management with NIST 800-53
In the third episode of Cybersnacks, Jason Mueller talks about how AttackIQ has united threat and risk management frameworks with MITRE ATT&CK and NIST 800-53. Tune in to find out how red, blue and white teams each can play a part in compliance mapping and enforcement, and how AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform helps each team perform its roles and responsibilities.
Research Partnership with MITRE Engenuity
AttackIQ works in close with partnership with MITRE Engenuity’s Center for Threat-Informed Defense on a range of cybersecurity research programs to help organizations improve their cybersecurity effectiveness and adopt a threat-informed defense strategy. Read more about our partnership with MITRE Engenuity, the emulation plans we have developed together, and our close alignment with the MITRE ATT&CK® framework.
AttackIQ works to help secure the U.S. electoral processes by supporting research into cyberspace operations and by helping state governments to improve their cybersecurity effectiveness. In advance of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, AttackIQ worked with Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs to educate the public about the risks to the U.S. electoral process from cyberattacks and disinformation. In a case study with a leading U.S. state Chief Information Security Officer, we discuss how AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform supports states secure their critical infrastructure and improve cybersecurity effectiveness.
Towards a Threat-Informed Defense
Cybersecurity is evolving from a fortress mentality of network defense to a threat-informed defense approach to achieve cybersecurity effectiveness.
2021 Air Force Intelligence Community Security Review Board (SRB)
May 18-19, 2021: This two-day event will bring together cybersecurity professionals throughout the Air Force.
Free Training — AttackIQ Academy
Sharpen your skills and stay up to date with the cutting edge topics through AttackIQ Academy. Gain realistic, hands-on experience building a threat-informed defense.