Threat Report ATT&CK Mapping (TRAM) With MITRE’s Sarah Yoder And Jackie Lasky

February 11, 2020 Digital Shadows

 

Sarah Yoder and Jackie Lasky from MITRE join Rick Holland and Harrison Van Riper in this guest episode to talk through their tool, Threat Report ATT&CK Mapping (TRAM). Both Sarah and Jackie are Cyber Security Engineers at The MITRE Corporation and presented this new tool at the recent SANS CTI Summit.

During the discussion, they talk through: 

  • What brought them to MITRE
  • TRAM - what it is, goals that the project was designed to address, and how to get involved
  • Highlights and key takeaways from the SANS CTI Summit

Huge thanks to Sarah and Jackie for joining!

***Resources From this Episode***

Slides from SANS Session: https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-summit/archives/file/summit-archive-1579547257.pdf

Github page: github.com/mitre-attack/tram

Sarah’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarah__yoder

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