Using Zeek/Bro To Discover Network TTPs of MITRE ATT&CK​

  • Webcast Aired Wednesday, 12 Jun 2019 3:30PM EDT (12 Jun 2019 19:30 UTC)
  • Speakers: Richard Bejtlich, James Schweitzer

Techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTPs) can help characterize patterns of adversary behavior, such as sending a spearphishing attachment for initial access or using the Remote Desktop Protocol to move laterally in a target environment. To track TTPs and develop corresponding defense strategies, security personnel increasingly turn to MITRE ATT&CK '​, a TTP repository based on real-world observations. While no single technology nor process can cover all TTPs, did you know that the Zeek Network Security Monitor (formerly 'Bro ') can give you powerful visibility and detection against critical network-based TTPs in the ATT&CK ' framework? '

'In fact, earlier this year MITRE released the Bro/Zeek ATT&CK-based Analytics and Reporting (​BZAR​) scripts to the open-source community to help uncover network-based ATT&CK TTPs. Tune into this webcast to hear from world-class security operators as they dig into Corelight and the MITRE framework and demonstrate step-by-step examples of how you can use Corelight to significantly improve your visibility and defenses. '

'Register for this webcast to learn: '

● An Overview of the MITRE ATT&CK ' framework

● How Corelight addresses ATT&CK TTPs related to data exfiltration and C2s

● And more...