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attack2jira

The MITRE ATT&CK Framework is a great tool security teams can leverage to, among many other things, measure the security posture of an organization against tactics and techniques used in the wild by real threat actors.

At the time of writing, ATT&CK covers 266 Techniques across 12 Tactics. If done manually, tracking this posture's state over time can become a tedious and challenging task. Blue/Purple teams require the proper tools that allow them to efficiently tackle this challenge and focus on whats important.

attack2jira automates the process of standing up a Jira environment that can be used to track and measure ATT&CK coverage. No more spreadsheets !

Visit the Wiki to view the Demos. attack2jira was first presented at ATT&CKCon 2.0. For more context, read this blog post.

To allow the community to experiment with this approach, I created a Jira instance hosting the ATTACK project with attack2jira: https://attack.atlassian.net

attack2jira was designed to be used with Jira Cloud. Specifically, Jira Software.

Tested on Kali Linux 2018.4 and Windows 10 1830 under Python 3.6 and Python 3.7.

Quick Start Guide

Installation

$ git clone https://github.com/mvelazc0/attack2jira.git
$ pip3 install -r attack2jira/requirements.txt

Jira Software

Usage

Print the help menu

$ python3 attack2jira.py -h

Create the Jira ATTACK project and issues

$ python3 attack2jira.py -url https://yourjiracloud.atlassian.net -u user@domain.com -a initialize

Export an ATTACK Navigator JSON layer

$ python3 attack2jira.py -url https://yourjiracloud.atlassian.net -u user@domain.com -a export

$ python3 attack2jira.py -url https://yourjiracloud.atlassian.net -u user@domain.com -a export -hide

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License

This project is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License - see the LICENSE file for details

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