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.
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