Episode 32: MITRE ATT&CK™ Framework and the Mueller GRU Indictment

July 20, 2018 Digital Shadows

In today’s ShadowTalk, we take on the Robert Mueller indictment against 12 Russian individuals for alleged US election interference. However, rather than dwell on issues of attribution and geopolitics, we focus on the detailed tactics, techniques and procedures laid out in the indictment. Katie Nickels, a member of the MITRE team, joins Rafael Amado and Richard Gold us to discuss the ATT&CK™ framework in greater detail, as well as the key lessons that organizations can takeaway. For Digital Shadows’ analysis of the indictment, visit https://www.digitalshadows.com/blog-and-research/mitre-attck-and-the-mueller-gru-indictment-lessons-for-organizations/

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