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Attivo Networks Claims First to Use Deception Security in IoT

New-gen security provider Attivo Networks, which mimics a real IT system using a deception approach that lures bad actors in and then traps them, has expanded its reach to serve the budding IoT (Internet of things) market.

The Fremont, Calif.-based company has been successful for five years with its on-premises, server-loaded service and a cloud version on Amazon Web Services, but as of June 1 now offers its own brand of real-time threat detection and fast incident response specifically for IoT environments.

This new enhancement to the Attivo service complements the company’s Deception Platform that already supports user networks, data centers, cloud and ICS-SCADA (Industrial Control Systems-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) environments, CEO Tushar Kothari told eWEEK.


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