ATT&CK for ContainersPublished Project
Defenders lack visibility into adversary behaviors in and against container technologies leaving their organizations exposed to emerging threats.
Expand MITRE ATT&CK to describe adversary behaviors in and against container technologies including Docker and Kubernetes.
Brings focus to adversary behaviors in an emergent domain leveraging the well-understood and widely adopted ATT&CK methodology.
Funding Research Participants
This project investigated the viability of adding container-related techniques into MITRE ATT&CK, leading to the development of an ATT&CK for Containers matrix. This work covers both orchestration-level (e.g., Kubernetes) and container-level (e.g., Docker) adversary behaviors in a single Containers platform which has been incorporated in version 9 of ATT&CK. The project team worked with contributors from around the world to identify and refine both existing ATT&CK techniques as well as completely new container-specific ones.
The ATT&CK for Containers matrix contains:
– 21 techniques
– 11 sub-techniques
– 8 new container-specific techniques
– 3 new container-specific malware entries