Carrie Roberts is a programmer, turned pentester, turned red teamer, turned blueish purple. She is currently a Defense Engineer at Walmart. She loves to learn and give back to the community. She is one of the primary Atomic Red Team project maintainers and developers and has developed many of her own open-source tools. She holds master’s Degrees in both Computer Science and Information Security Engineering. She has earned 12 GIAC certifications including the prestigious “Security Expert” (GSE) certification. She has spoken at numerous security conferences including DerbyCon and Wild West Hackin’ Fest, published many blog posts on topics ranging from social engineering to bypassing anti-virus, and contributed new research on the VBA Stomping maldoc technique.
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The MITRE Organization has provided several useful and free tools for working in the cybersecurity space. One of these tools, the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, has become the industry standard for talking about and organizing attacker tactics and techniques. In this introductory class we will look at the information provided in the framework and use various tools, including the ATT&CK Navigator, for visualizing and sharing information. A brief overview of other MITRE tools including CVE/CWE, ATT&CK Flow, ATT&CK Powered Suit, ATT&CK Evaluations, and the Adversary Emulation Library will be given. You will be provided with hands-on lab instructions for creating visualizations using the MITRE ATT&CK Navigator and for searching through ATT&CK data with the convention web browser extension. At the end of this class, you will have the knowledge and tools to talk about and work with the MITRE ATT&CK Framework and Tools.