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In the last half century, the role of T&E in delivering capable systems has changed with ever increasing speed — in consumer products, in construction projects, and particularly in national defense. No longer is T&E simply focused on validating what the designers had intended to build, but it is now considered necessary for ensuring that the necessary and full operational capability is inherent at the time of initial delivery to the customer. The policies and procedures to achieve this have not always been obvious, and themselves needed to be refined and proven. Given that history sets the context for the future, this lecture will review the evolution of T&E thought and practices over the years to gain insight into what its future holds.
Presenter: Ed Trzcienski, Aegis
When: January 12, 2021 11:00am-11:45am (MT)
Topic: Getting Familiar and Started with MITRE ATT&CK®
Presenter: Jamie Williams, MITRE
When: February 18, 2021 1:00pm-1:45pm (ET)
Abstract: The MITRE ATT&CK framework has become a widely used knowledge base and model for real cyber adversary behavior. In use across governments, private sector, and security solutions providers, ATT&CK helps to focus defenses against known threats, provides an effective tool for measuring security improvements, and drives innovation. This session will cover the history of ATT&CK and what drove its creation at MITRE, the philosophy behind how ATT&CK is maintained, and several use cases for how it can be applied including behavioral analytic development, defensive gap analysis, and adversary emulation.
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Cybersecurity Test & Evaluation (T&E)
RECORDED WEBINAR (Nov 2020)
Critical Thinking of T&E
RECORDED WEBINAR (Oct 2020)
Automatically Finding and Fixing Software Vulnerabilities in Binaries
RECORDED WEBINAR (Sept 2020)
08 - 08 Dec 2020
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm