Using the Site: IT or Cybersecurity Practitioner
As part of our mission of solving problems for a safer world, MITRE developed this free resource, drawing on best practice from MITRE’s own capabilities, relevant government sources, and the broader practitioner community. As the pace of cyber attacks against the health sector increases, so grows the need for greater sharing of practical ways to increase the resilience of these critical systems. Our hope is that by curating the best available resources in one place – and providing a logical pathway for using them – we can help network defenders and IT administrators better prepare for, respond to, and recover from ransomware attacks.
Where to Begin for IT or Cybersecurity Practitioner
Navigating the Resources
There are two ways to navigate through the site’s resources. First is via the homepage table, which categorizes tools around the five stages of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover. For each stage, relevant tools are linked at bottom of the column. Secondly, use the Resource Library page where you can search, sort, and filter to find the tool that best fits your needs.
We hope you find the Ransomware Resource Center helpful. If you have suggestions for improving it, or wish to learn more about MITRE’s cybersecurity capabilities, please contact us at HealthCyber@mitre.org.
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