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Threat Modeling for Offensive Defense


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Leverage AttackIQ and the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix to augment your red team and fight back before an attack.


Your security team is playing a reactive game. Thanks to information overload and lack of resources, your red team can only validate a fraction of your enterprise and controls. This means you’re forced to focus on incident response. Your team is stuck fixing problems instead of preventing them.


If your security team is already utilizing the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix to analyze adversaries’ tactics, techniques, and procedures, against your existing and planned security controls... AttackIQ can be a catalyst for faster, more efficient and more comprehensive analysis. AttackIQ augments the red team’s ability to run exercises and validation scenarios on your enterprise security controls and incident response workflows. Your team is able to identify how each individual asset in your security program responds to thousands of common attack scenarios.

You’ll be able to generate comprehensive reporting on test results to then clearly communicate the impact of the threat assessment to the C-suite. You’ll see clear metrics on readiness of common attack vectors like Credential Access, Exfiltration and Command & Control.


With AttackIQ alongside the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix enables you to more effectively validate your security controls – and do so continuously – to reduce risk and take an offensive approach to cyber defense. You can better prioritize your security acquisition process and expenses. Your team will have deeper understanding of a potential intrusion chain of events, through attack simulation, so you can proactively defend against known TTPs.

Key Benefits

  • Automate time-consuming manual processes
  • Extend the coverage and depth of validation efforts
  • Gain deeper understanding of vulnerabilities and risk
  • Understand the impact of threats to your organization
  • Better protect against potential threats
  • Free your red team to focus on critical priorities