Cybereason achieves 100% prevention, visibility and real-time protection

Issue 2 2022 News

Cybereason has announced that the results of round four of the ATT&CK; Evaluations conducted by MITRE Engenuity affirm the prevention and detection capabilities of the AI-driven Cybereason XDR Platform.

Cybereason achieved perfect scores in nearly every aspect of the evaluations, including 100% prevention – detecting and preventing 100% of the nine different attack sequences evaluated for both Windows and Linux.

The company also achieved 100% visibility by exposing 100% of the 109 different attack behaviours evaluated for both Windows and Linux. It also showed 100% real-time protection with zero delayed detections.

Furthermore, Cybereason showed 99% analytical coverage with detections mapped back to the key ATT&CK; techniques evaluated. It also required minimal configuration, Cybereason delivered out-of-the-box protection with minimal configuration changes required.

The out-of-the-box efficacy that the AI-driven Cybereason XDR Platform delivers means there is little need for solution configuration changes at deployment. Organisations can immediately benefit from exceptional real-time prevention and detection capabilities, automated and one-click predictive response options to stop the most advanced cyberattacks.


Brandon Rochat.

Cybereason sales director for Africa, Brandon Rochat, points to what the MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK; Evaluation Results Mean to the Enterprise. "Organisations are increasingly mapping their threat detection strategies to the ATT&CK; framework.

"This provides a common language for defenders to understand the range of techniques adversaries can use to gain initial access, escalate privileges, steal account credentials, move laterally in the targeted network and ultimately to exfiltrate sensitive data or disrupt critical business operations," he explains.

The MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK; Evaluations reveal how vendors approach the same challenges in reducing the time required to identify, understand and respond to malicious actions before material damage occurs.

"The Cybereason MalOp reduces mean time to detection and response (MTTD and MTTR) by immediately providing the complete attack story from root cause without the need for complex queries. Cybereason delivers actionable detections and predictive response across all measured MITRE ATT&CK; evaluation categories without inundating analysts with a barrage of uncorrelated alerts," he adds.




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