MITRE Engenuity analyses five cybersecurity products for ability to handle Triton malware

MITRE Engenuity has announced results from its initial round of independent ATT&CK evaluations, which examined how cybersecurity products from five industrial control systems (ICS) vendors detected the threat of Russian-linked Triton malware. Products from Armis, Claroty, Dragos, the Institute for Information Industry and Microsoft were assessed as part of the evaluation, which was paid for
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