Most organizations lack clear visibility into their security controls’ effectiveness. Security controls fail often and silently, and breaches continue to carry impact. Cybersecurity teams need a proactive, easy means to stay on top of how well their security programs are actually performing.
A threat-informed defense strategy helps solve this problem by focusing organizations on known threats, and then testing security controls against adversary behaviors like those outlined in the MITRE ATT&CK® framework. By testing defenses continuously, over time, teams have better data and insights into their program performance.
In our Threat Informed Defense 101 Guide, we walk you through the basics of what a threat-informed defense is, how it can be implemented, and how your organization can realize the full benefits of security optimization. Download the guide today and test your knowledge on how to build a threat-informed defense.