Speaking of handshakes, Digital Defense integrated its Frontline.Cloud with Attivo Networks threat detection. Nice that it pays attention to IoT.
Written by: Mike Parkin – Product Marketing Engineer – I recently caught a webinar presented by ObserveIT that addressed the challenges presented by “insider threats.” They did a good job of defining the term, the threats, and they laid out some broad-stroke suggestions on how to address the problem. Something they didn’t talk about, was how deception technology is a powerful tool for dealing with this difficult problem.
Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, The new year is upon us, and the need for comprehensive cybersecurity is as strong as ever. As threats that continue to evolve and expand, it is critical that organizations prepare for the future with a plan to address the most vulnerable aspects of their threat detection and response strategies. Breaches are already making headlines in 2019, and organizations are increasingly looking for ways to shift the balance of power away from the attacker.
Tony Cole is the Chief Technology Officer at Attivo Networks and is a cybersecurity expert with more than 30 years’ experience, a bachelor’s degree in computer networking and is a CISSP. Tony discusses cyber deception in the enterprise today and gives a brief history of deception and it’s applicability to cybersecurity.
This article is first in a five-part series being developed by Dr. Edward Amoroso in conjunction with the deception technology team from Attivo Networks. The article provides an overview of the evolution of deception, including its use in the enterprise, with emphasis on the practical requirements that have emerged in recent years to counter the growing number and nature of malicious threats.