Cybersecurity enterprise solutions are getting better at recognizing malicious activity conducted via APIs and Windows Management Instrumentation tools, but they still need improvement in terms of identifying and stopping defense evasion techniques, according to Frank Duff, director of ATT&CK evaluations at Mitre.
This week, Mitre Engenuity – The Mitre Corporation’s tech foundation for public good – released the results of its independent evaluation of 29 vendors to see how their products were able to detect and in some cases block known Mitre ATT&CK techniques associated with the financially motivated cybercriminal groups FIN7 and Carbanak.
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