Amsterdam, April 22, 2020 – ReaQta, an A.I. powered endpoint threat response platform is proud to announce its successful completion of the Round 2 MITRE ATT&CK® evaluation. Vendors were tested on their ability to detect the tactics and techniques used by APT29 (also known also as The Dukes, Cozy Bear and CozyDuke), a sophisticated nation-state adversary known for their stealthy approach. APT29 is widely-known for being behind notable attacks: the Pentagon in 2015, the Democratic National Committee in 2016, the Norwegian and Dutch governments in 2017.
MITRE ATT&CK® is an open repository of adversary tactics and techniques and the evaluation results are used by organisations to assess solutions and select those that best meet their security needs. The MITRE evaluation confirmed ReaQta-Hive platform’s extensive detection and threat hunting capabilities, powered by artificial intelligence, dynamic behavioural analysis and machine learning technologies. The platform performed exceptionally well in terms of telemetry cover – providing in-depth visibility and advanced detections throughout the attack continuum, right from preliminary breach to lateral movement, persistence and exfiltration.
The results showcase ReaQta-Hive’s leading capabilities in:
- providing comprehensive Endpoint Detection and Response to attack tactics and techniques, employed in the evaluation across the cyber-kill chain.
- analyzing the dynamic behavior in real-time in complex file-less attacks.
- providing in-depth visibility over security incidents, capturing highly contextualised information needed for rapid triage and containment.
- providing highly granular support to search for threats within the infrastructure in real-time and to perform advanced hunting campaigns.
“The ReaQta-Hive platform was created to provide “Active Defense”: the ability to quickly detect and respond to unknown threats by easily understanding their very own unique behaviors. Participating in the MITRE evaluation has validated ReaQta’s commitment to continually enhance our hunting, detection and response capabilities. We will continue to take part in independent third party testing like MITRE and would like to applaud the commendable work by MITRE to help organisations’ in selecting the best tools to combat the ever evolving threat landscape,” said ReaQta CEO, Alberto Pelliccione.
ReaQta’s AI-powered platform was designed to equip security teams with advanced detection and rapid response capabilities, minimizing human intervention, simplifying the entire cybersecurity process and ensuring business continuity for organisations of all sizes. To learn more about how the platform performed in the MITRE Evaluation, please visit MITRE website.
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ReaQta was founded in 2014 by a team with rich experience in government-led cyber intelligence operations and threat intelligence. With a deep understanding of the modern cybersecurity landscape, ReaQta is one of the fastest growing solution providers to craft a highly advanced, artificial intelligence (A.I.) powered endpoint threat response platform and solution service that analyses, detects, threat-hunts and remediates cyberattacks. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the company is currently represented in 19 countries.