Organizations with sophisticated cybersecurity—including ours—have long worked to beat adversaries at their own game using threat-informed defense.
In MITRE's established role as a hub for collaboration and innovation, we've captured, codified, organized, and curated the key components of the approach. We focus on practical and systematic ways to understand cyber adversaries: What are they're doing? How are they operating? Can we detect them? And can we outsmart them?
The best part: It's not just about us. Through the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework and related initiatives, we're bringing communities together worldwide for more effective cybersecurity.
Sometimes the most innovative way to find creative solutions to complex problems is bringing more minds to the table (and making it competitive). That's why we’ve added the challenge concept to our problem-solving toolkit. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/rDwlEexwzB
Complying with complex tax collection rules can be confusing. The social behavioral scientists in our Nudge Lab developed small, incremental “interventions” to help increase voluntary taxpayer compliance. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/58FAhCGQYQ
To solve the tough challenges, you need to test, analyze & validate. Experimentation is critical to innovation and to our mission. From autonomous vehicles to satellites, here are some of the many examples of how we do this at MITRE. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/aJNTlAW4Pp
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