ThreatTalk episode 11
How the MITRE ATT&CK Framework increases objectivity in cyber defense
If your security team is like most, it views cyberthreats subjectively, relying on gut instincts to determine the most urgent threats from the flood of alerts they process every day.
The MITRE ATT&CK Framework provides you with the imperical evidence you need to understand threats from an attacker’s point of view.
In this episode of ThreatTalk, Michael Zuckerman, cybersecurity expert and senior product marketing manager for Infoblox, joins us to discuss how the free MITRE ATT&CK resource works and how to use it to deploy countermeasures that keep you ahead of attackers.
Michael Zuckerman, Consulting Senior Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
Michael Zuckerman is a seasoned B2B product marketing and marketing strategy consultant with experience in the cybersecurity and enterprise-saas software markets. Zuckerman’s domain experience in cybersecurity over the past 5 years includes container security, moving target defense, network threat analysis (AI), sandbox, deception technology, continuous security validation, cloud access security brokers, AI based SIEM, secure collaborative governance, and related technology sets to include data loss prevention (DLP), user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), and encryption.
Peter Schooff, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder, Data Decisioning
Peter has over 20 years’ experience in various executive-level enterprise IT fields. He first developed a deep interest in security as the Director of Marketing for the email security company Message Partners. Peter has worked as Associate Editor, Managing Editor, and is now Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of DataDecisioning.com. Peter is known worldwide for his views on technology and was named among the Top 12 Influencers of Case Management through independent market research.