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Protecting Against Typical MITRE TTPs With KubeArmor

Protecting Against Typical MITRE TTPs With KubeArmor


What is MITRE TTPs

MITRE TTP is a well-known comprehensive knowledge base that analyzes all the Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) that advanced threat actors could possibly use in their attacks. Rather than a compliance standard, it is a framework that serves as a foundation for threat models and methodologies.

In any case, by using the MITRE ATT&CK framework model used to infiltrate and attack Kubernetes Clusters, An attacker normally strategizes how to penetrate a cluster and perform damage by following the stages that require an attack lifecycle. The attacker must progress through each of these stages for the attack to be successful.

How to Use the MITRE ATT&CK matrix for Kubernetes?

The MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK framework has 10 steps:

  1. Initial access
  2. Execution
  3. Persistence
  4. Privilege Escalation
  5. Defense Evasion
  6. Credential access
  7. Discovery
  8. Lateral Movement
  9. Collection and Exfiltration
  10. Command and Control

From initial access to command and control, these are the 10 tactics, which individually consist of techniques and sub-techniques.

Protect and Detect Typical TTPs in the MITRE ATT&CK framework with KubeArmor

Organizations currently have a vast amount of unsecured workloads and no efficient or unified way to protect them. Often, they are managing multiple, single-purpose security solutions to secure these workload stacks, which can create operational burdens and security gaps,

” Today's new capabilities further our commitment to deliver comprehensive cloud workload protection across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. DevOps teams can now efficiently build and deploy their workloads and applications rapidly while helping security teams deliver protection.

KubeArmor, is open-source software that enables you to protect your cloud workload at run-time.