Regularly testing your security tools is the foundation of a good defense-in-depth
strategy. But security testing requires lots of expertise, time, and expensive
outside services. Smart SOAR’s AttackIQ integration helps SOC teams run
simulations of their most high-risk attack techniques to ensure they are being prevented
by security tools. Gain visibility into your security efforts without requiring an in-house
red team or dedicated budget.
In this video, D3’s Stan Engelbrecht, CISSP runs an AttackIQ assessment to find
vulnerabilities and updates the ATT&CK Monitor Dashboard with the results.
Breach and Attack Simulation, Step by Step
The analyst determines what attack scenario they want to simulate.
From D3, the analyst activates the assessment in AttackIQ and commands AttackIQ to run all tests.
D3 retrieves the results of the assessment.
The TTPs from the assessment are populated into D3’s MITRE ATT&CK Monitor Dashboard.
The analyst runs a separate playbook to remediate any vulnerabilities found in the assessment, such as by updating firewall rules or assigning tasks to other teams.
Benefits of Automated Breach and Attack Simulation
Ensure You’re Ready for the Most Dangerous Adversaries
Test your controls against the exact techniques used by sophisticated adversaries in major real-world attacks, such as SunBurst.
Easily Comprehend Assessment Results
D3 ingests attack simulation results just like the data from a real incident, enabling you to see how your tools did against each MITRE ATT&CK TTP in the simulated attack.
Act Quickly to Close Gaps
When an attack simulation reveals a weakness in your security controls, you want to update them immediately. Using D3, analysts can quickly orchestrate the necessary changes across teams and integrated tools.
Never Miss a Scheduled Assessment
With D3, you can schedule attack simulations to run automatically on a predetermined cadence, with no human intervention required.
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