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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.
Lead Cyber Adversarial Engineer,
The MITRE Corporation
Topic: Using Machine Learning to Automate Test and Evaluation (T&E): The Artificial Intelligence, Analytics and Innovation Division at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Presenter: Chris Mattmann, NASA JPL
When: March 23, 2021 11:00am-11:45am (PT)
Abstract: Chris Mattmann will explain how JPL’s Division 174 for AI, Analytics, and Innovation in the Information Technology and Solutions Directorate (ITSD) supports advanced analytics, AI and Machine Learning for Smarter Rovers, a Smarter Campus, and beyond! Work is already underway to perform technology transfer of these capabilities to Major Range Test Facility Bases (MRTFB) and we will report on such efforts also in the talk.
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