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

Step 1:
The analyst determines what attack scenario they want to simulate.
Step 2:
From D3, the analyst activates the assessment in AttackIQ and commands AttackIQ to run all tests.
Step 3:
D3 retrieves the results of the assessment.
Step 4:
The TTPs from the assessment are populated into D3’s MITRE ATT&CK Monitor Dashboard.
Step 5:
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

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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