Stellar Cyber Launches MITRE ATT&CK Coverage Analyzer for Partners, Customers

Stellar Cyber, the company that invented open XDR technology, launched its MITRE ATT&CK Coverage Analyzer. This release allows users to visualize the impact of data source changes on their ability to detect threats in specific environments. The tool, which is freely available to existing customers, allows security teams to more easily baseline existing MITRE ATT&CK coverage and run data-sourcing scenarios for real-time feedback. The instant ability to model data-sourcing options allows security teams to make better decisions to obtain desired security coverage.

“Security leaders must ensure to their management and customers that their security framework delivers the outcomes they need daily,” said Aimei Wei, CTO and founder of Stellar Cyber. “Given the dynamic nature of business and environments, these leaders must have a way to quickly understand the impact of any potential change on the security coverage they can deliver. With our MITRE ATT&CK Coverage Analyzer, that is what they get.”

The MITRE ATT&CK coverage analyzer requires minimal configuration to see results. After providing credentials for existing Stellar Cyber Open XDR instances, the analyzer automatically gathers data source information, mapped to threat detection capabilities to generate a heat map of coverage over the MITRE ATT&CK framework. Then, by selecting new data sources or eliminating existing data sources, the analyzer instantly updates a coverage heat map, showing the results of proposed changes. At any point, the user can generate a report on the coverage of any scenario to share with internal stakeholders or, for MSSPs, customers wanting more visibility into the threat coverage provided by the Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform.

“We are firm believers in transparency,” added Wei, “and with the introduction of the MITRE ATT&CK Coverage Analyzer, we are providing ultimate transparency that any cybersecurity company can provide its customers.”

Stellar Cyber will demonstrate this tool live at this year’s RSA Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, May 6-9. For more information about what Stellar Cyber is planning for the event, click here.

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