adversary emulation

Attack Graph Emulating the Conti Ransomware Team’s Behaviors

AttackIQ has released a new full-featured attack graph emulating the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by the Conti Ransomware Group. Despite the group's recent dissolution, Conti’s successful post-compromise tactics, techniques, and procedures will live on. This attack graph will help defenders test their cyberdefense technologies against the full range of techniques and procedures that Conti used – and which Conti’s former members, now in other ransomware groups, will likely continue to use.

Is Your Healthcare Organization Following These Four Ransomware Best Practices?

Healthcare is the most targeted sector for data breaches, and ransomware attacks were responsible for almost 50 percent of all healthcare data breaches in 2020. How should healthcare companies proceed? Our guest blogger in this ransomware series is Tracy Cohen, a cybersecurity expert with over a decade of experience managing cybersecurity risk in the healthcare and biopharma sector. She is also a licensed skydiver,

The Kaseya VSA REvil Ransomware Supply Chain Attack: How It Happened, How It Could Have Been Avoided

On July 2, 2021, the REvil ransomware group successfully exploited a zero-day vulnerability in the on-premise Kaseya VSA server, enabling a wide-scale supply chain cyber attack. Let’s dig in and see how the attack happened, how attack emulation could have helped, and what you can do to implement a threat-informed defense strategy to prepare yourself for similar threat actor behavior.

In partnership with MITRE Engenuity’s Center for Threat-Informed Defense, AttackIQ launches new automated adversary emulation plan for menuPass

After SolarWinds, organizations need visibility into their security program effectiveness against real world threats. Automated adversary emulations can help meet that need. By generating real data about how your security program performs against menuPass, you can see security failures, make data-informed adjustments, and plan smart investments to optimize your security. Check out the new emulation plan from MITRE Engenuity's Center for Threat-Informed Defense and AttackIQ.
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