Chapter Meeting: Anticipating and Countering Adversarial Tactics Through the MITRE ATT&CK® Knowlege Base, February 11th

What: ISSA Portland February 2021 Membership Meeting – MITRE ATT&CK®

When: Thursday, February 11th, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Networking opens at 11:10 AM, presentations begin at 11:30 AM, see note below. A link to the online event will be provided before the event begins.

Registration: Free for ISSA members (you do not have to be a Portland Chapter member), $10 for non-members. Register here:

Event access:

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Event Description: MITRE ATT&CK® has become widely adopted in the community as a way to understand adversary behaviors and improve defenses. In use across governments, private sector, and security solutions providers, ATT&CK helps to focus defenses against known threats, provides an effective tool for measuring security improvements, and drives innovation. The presentation will cover an intro to ATT&CK and several use cases for how it can be applied, including cyber threat intelligence, behavioral analytics, and adversary emulation.

Speaker bio:

Mike Hartley
Lead Cybersecurity Engineer – The MITRE Corporation

Mike works in MITRE’s adversary emulation capability area, where he helps conduct adversary research, builds adversary emulation plans, and studies behavior-based detections. Mike also helps lead efforts such as ATT&CK® and ATT&CK Evaluations.

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