RangeForce, a provider of team cyber defence preparedness at scale, revealed the addition of MITRE D3FEND and MITRE ATT&CK modules and reporting to its interactive cyber readiness development platform. This enables businesses to customise their individual and team training programmes to acquire certain skills necessary to defend against cyber threats. The new modules correspond to the attack strategies in MITRE ATT&CK and the MITRE D3FEND library of defensive cybersecurity countermeasures.
“In addition to focusing on defending specific attack tactics and techniques defined in MITRE ATT&CK, support for MITRE D3FEND in RangeForce focuses on developing the analytical skills needed to identify threat crumbs or signals that a compromise is under way,” said Jeff Orloff, VP of Product and Technical Services at RangeForce. “Customers can tailor their defensive readiness development based on core defensive skills they want individual team members to master, and validate them with team exercises before they focus on acquiring new countermeasure capabilities.”
RangeForce supports MITRE D3FEND, a “knowledge-graph” that contains a library of defensive cybersecurity countermeasures, technical components, and their associations and capabilities for cyber defenders, in addition to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, which documents attacker tactics and techniques based on real-world observations. Organizations may learn critical defensive capabilities from application hardening and file analysis to message and network traffic analysis with RangeForce through individual and team activities.