MITRE Engenuity: Center for Threat-Informed Defense Releases FIN6 Adversary Emulation Plan
MITRE Engenuity’s Center for Threat-Informed Defense has launched a public library of adversary emulation plans that enable defenders to replicate many of the tactics and techniques used by known cyber adversaries.
The first entry features a curated selection of malicious behaviors used by the cybercrime group known as FIN6, which has stolen an estimated $400 million via credit card data.
“This library makes it much easier for defenders around the world to assess their own environments against the threat posed by specific adversaries and use the results to rapidly improve their organizations’ cybersecurity posture,” said Richard Struse, Center director. “Creating publicly-available resources that empower organizations to make evidence-based decisions and investments is at the heart of the Center’s purpose.”