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Attivo Networks Raises $15M Series B Funding To Provide In-Network Deception-Based Attack Detection, Analysis And Reporting

Traditional attacker prevention isn’t reliably working given the number of breaches that are occurring nearly every week. Attivo Networks takes a new approach by using deception-based detection to efficiently detect in-network threats that have bypassed traditional prevention security controls. Additionally, the ThreatDefend platform automates the analysis and incident handling of attacks, significantly improving incident response time. Below is our interview with Carolyn Crandall, CMO at Attivo Networks:

Q: Carolyn, you’ve recently announced $15 Million Series B funding round; could you tell us something more?

A: Attivo Networks has seen significant interest and sales growth for deception-based threat detection over the past two years. The growing market opportunity and the technology leadership Attivo has created was extremely attractive to new investors. This infusion of capital will be used to fuel the next round of Attivo sales expansion and additional technology

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New ThreatDefend™ Platform Prepared For Next Wave of Sophisticated Attackers

This week Attivo Networks announced the release of the new ThreatDefend™ Detection and Response Platform. It represents the next generation of distributed deception solutions and has been built to outmaneuver modern-day attackers that are anticipating detection technology as a security control. In addition, the solution offers expanded integration partnerships, forensic attack analysis, and response automation.

As deception technology experiences greater attention and adoption, attackers will seek to detect its presence and circumvent basic detection techniques. The Attivo ThreatDefend Platform is designed to deceive and captivate the most sophisticated of attackers, even those who may be anticipating deception-based defenses.

Attivo Networks Chief Marketing Officer Carolyn Crandall Named to 2017 CRN Women of the Channel Power 100 List

CRN®, a brand of the Channel Company, has named Carolyn Crandall, chief marketing officer, to its list of 2017 Power 100, an elite subset of its prestigious annual Women of the Channel list. CRN’s editorial team selects Women of the Channel honorees based on their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the channel. The Power 100 belong to an exclusive group drawn from this larger list: women leaders whose vision and influence are key drivers of their companies’ success and help move the entire IT channel forward.

The Hidden Threats Within Our Nation’s POS Systems

There are escalating security vulnerabilities at work in the nation’s point-of-sale (POS) systems. This situation can be quite series and one that deserves immediate attention and accompanying remediation.

In the last ten years there have been over 1,350 breaches made public within retail and business organizations. In 2016 alone, high profile breaches from Wendy’s, Eddie Bauer, Vera Wang, and Omni Hotels have shaken these companies and left impacted customers angry and frustrated.

’Tis The Season … For POS System Attacks?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… especially if you’re a hacker. As consumers race to catch the shopping deals and retailers battle it out for their attention and dollars, hackers lurk in the shadows, ready for a chance to strike. This year, they have their eyes on the point-of-sale (POS) system prize. Carolyn Crandall, CMO of Attivo Networks, joined this week’s Hacker Tracker to share the vulnerabilities impacting POS systems and discuss whether massive data breaches are on the horizon in the months ahead.

Carolyn Crandall of Attivo Networks Recognized as a CRN 2016 Women of the Channel

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Chief Marketing Officer, Carolyn Crandall to its prestigious 2016 Women of the Channel list. The women executives who comprise this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem. Each is recognized for her outstanding leadership, vision, and unique role in driving channel growth and innovation.

CRN editors select the Women of the Channel honorees on the basis of their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the IT channel.

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