ATT&CK Navigator

From https://github.com/mitre-attack/attack-navigator:

The ATT&CK Navigator is designed to provide basic navigation and annotation of ATT&CK matrices, something that people are already doing today in tools like Excel. We’ve designed it to be simple and generic - you can use the Navigator to visualize your defensive coverage, your red/blue team planning, the frequency of detected techniques or anything else you want to do. The Navigator doesn’t care - it just allows you to manipulate the cells in the matrix (color coding, adding a comment, assigning a numerical value, etc.). We thought having a simple tool that everyone could use to visualize the matrix would help make it easy to use ATT&CK.

The principal feature of the Navigator is the ability for users to define layers - custom views of the ATT&CK knowledge base - e.g. showing just those techniques for a particular platform or highlighting techniques a specific adversary has been known to use. Layers can be created interactively within the Navigator or generated programmatically and then visualized via the Navigator.

Accessing

To access Navigator, log into Security Onion Console (SOC) and then click the Navigator hyperlink on the left side.

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Default Layer - Playbook

The default layer is titled Playbook and is automatically updated when a Play from Playbook is made active/inactive. This allows you to see your Detection Playbook coverage across the ATT&CK framework.

Right-clicking any Technique and selecting View Related Plays will open Playbook with a pre-filtered view of any plays that are tagged with the selected Technique.

Configuration

Navigator reads its configuration from /opt/so/conf/navigator/. However, please keep in mind that if you make any changes here they may be overwritten since the config is managed with Salt.

More Information

See also

For more information about ATT&CK Navigator, please see https://github.com/mitre-attack/attack-navigator.