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The MITRE ATT&CK framework, when implemented with Log360, helps IT security teams boost the effectiveness of security mechanisms to keep up with new and sophisticated security threats. Using this framework, organizations can widen their security capabilities to facilitate early detection and effective incident response.
The MITRE ATT&CK (adversarial tactics, techniques, and common knowledge) framework is a globally accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations of cyberattacks.
The analytics-driven security approach helps organizations understand the specific tactics (indicators of an attack in progress) and techniques (how the attacker achieves a particular tactical goal) used by threat actors while carrying out cyberattacks.
With Log360's security analytics dashboard, you can detect the different techniques that attackers use to enter and control remote systems on a network. You can also gain critical security insights into events including time, event ID, source, and severity. Add security events of interest to an incident from the dashboard directly and resolve incidents with ease.
With Log360's incident management console, you can manage incidents, check activity logs, assign a security administrator to the incident, set the due date for resolving the incident, check the incident age, and discover critical information regarding threat actors.
Create alert profiles for various security events based on the techniques and tactics recorded in the ATT&CK database. Get instant notifications on detected suspicious activities across your network devices via SMS and email.
Log360 provides holistic visibility into the 12 ATT&CK tactics and their corresponding techniques through the security analytics dashboard.
Log360's attack detection module is integrated with the incident management framework for speedy resolution.
Log360's incident workflows can be automated to mitigate security threats, thereby stopping attackers in their tracks and preventing a potential cyberattack.