Twelfth EU MITRE ATT&CK® Community Workshop 17 May 2024

The twelfth EU ATT&CK Community Workshop has taken place on 17 May 2024. The workshop was hosted by the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium and supported by the MITRE Engenuity Center for Threat-Informed Defense. The presentations are available here: Slide decks from the presentations at the twelfth EU ATT&CK Workshop


Time CEST Ttile First name Last name Organisation
9.30 Opening and welcome Miguel De Bruycker CCB
9.30 Enhancing Cybersecurity with MITRE ATT&CK and CyberFundamentals Kevin Holvoet CCB
9.45 The Always-On Purple Team: An Automated CI/CD for Detection Engineering Erik Van Buggenhout NVISO
10.00 Threat-Led Attack Emulation: Holistic & Efficient Adoption of Threat-Informed Defense Kennedy Torkura Mitigant
10.15 Purple Teaming Automation Rajendra Mekhale ItsMe
10:30 TotalTest – An Integrated Approach to Conducting Attack Simulation Nebu Varghese FTI Consulting
10.45 Threat-Informed Defense: Transforming Intelligence into Countermeasures Grzegorz Molski Standard Chartered
    Wojciech Lesicki Standard Chartered
11.00 Coffee      
11.30 GenAI for Threat-Informed Defense - GenAI as Buddy for TID Research & Development Ryusuke Masuoka Fujitsu
11.45 Chat with your CTI Dhia Mahjoub Independent researcher
12.00 The rationale for Cyber Risk Quantification Robert Kloots Trust Matters
12.15 Digital Maintenance for Rail: A MITRE ATT&CK Handbook for Today (and Tomorrow) Emma Taylor RazorSecure
12.30 Break for lunch -      
13.30 State of ATT&CK Casey Knerr MITRE
14.00 Center for Threat-Informed Defense R&D Update Tiffany Bergeron ENGENUITY
14.15 Introduction of Sigma Correlations Thomas Patzke Evonik
14.30 SigmAIQ: Bridging Advanced LLM Support with Sigma Rules for Next-Gen Cyber Defense Stephen Lincoln AttackIQ
14.45 TRAM LLM for ATT&CK Andrii Bezverkhyi SOC Prime
    Alla Iurchenko SOC Prime
15.00 Break for coffee      
15.30 A Look Outside the Window(s): CTI Spotlight on Less-Prominent ATT&CK Techniques Scott Small TIDAL
15.45 Operationalizing Threat Intelligence to ATT&CK your Adversaries Hanna Holych SSSCIP
16.00 Unlocking the potential of MITRE ATT&CK Denys Yashchuk CERT-UA
16.15 Matching the Attack - Growth in use of QR Codes Dave Ross Intel471
16.30 Cost effective requirements allocation with MITRE ATT&CK Olivier de Visscher Expleo
    Thomas Jahan Expleo
16.45 Standardising Threat Matrices: the good, the bad, the … Christophe Vandeplas nexturia / MISP Project
17.00 Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK to Develop the MISP Galaxy Standard: Building a Robust Interconnected Knowledge Base Alexandre Dulaunoy CIRCL
17.15 Honeypots and how to use them with ATT&CK Victor Curalea European Commission
17.30 Closing comments Freddy    

About the EU ATT&CK Community

The EU ATT&CK Community is a diverse community of practitioners including security professionals, cybersecurity vendors, CSIRTs/CERTs and user organisations whose aim is to actively use MITRE ATT&CK® while contributing back to improve cyber defense. The EU MITRE ATT&CK® Community is a volunteer-driven vendor neutral platform where all users can discuss, exchange and improve their use of adversary tactics and techniques together in practical use cases like attribution, prevention, detection, hunting and response.


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