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Vectra and Attivo bring deception as a service to Aussie enterprises

Vectra, an Australian provider of security consulting, risk management, compliance and managed services, will deploy the Attivo ThreatDefend Platform as a service to complement its managed service portfolio offering. The Attivo ThreatDefend Platform delivers attack prevention and detection based on cyber deception and data concealment technology, the company states. Read the complete article on ChannelLife.

Deception a winner for councils tackling cyber attacks

Deception technology is proving to be an innovative and successful approach for defending local governments against cybersecurity threats. Tuning into the news, one might easily get the impression that local councils are disproportionately impacted by cybersecurity incidents compared to many other industry sectors. Certainly in the US, municipal governments have proven easy targets for ransomware. …

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Attivo Networks signs on Shelde as security channel partner

Attivo Networks has signed on Melbourne-based IT consulting firm Shelde as the company ramps up its Australian channel expansion. … Attivo Networks and Shelde will work together to extend the reach of Attivo Networks’ cybersecurity solutions, which use deception technology to detect and misdirect in-network attacks. Shelde, which specialises in analytics, cloud, data platforms, digital …

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Time to turn the tables on cyber-attackers

Outwitting one’s enemy has been a key element of warfare since the ancient Greeks began laying siege to the city of Troy. That 10-year mythological conflict was brought to a sudden end through the use of subterfuge in the form of a giant wooden horse, concealing an elite fighting force, which was wheeled into the citadel by the unsuspecting Trojans. More recently, the Allied nations employed an equally effective deception strategy to divert the German high command’s attention away from Normandy, the planned site of the 1944 invasion, which signalled the beginning of the end of World War II.

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Attivo Networks Expands Operations into Australia and New Zealand

FREMONT, Calif. – October 1, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, is expanding further into Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) to combat the increased volume and sophistication of attacks targeting the region. This expansion includes the appointment of two senior leaders with extensive cybersecurity experience. The company welcomes Jim Cook as Regional Director and Vlado Vajdic as Solutions Engineer.

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