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Understanding Lateral Movement and How to Detect It

By Carolyn Crandall, chief security advocate, Attivo Networks Lateral movement broadly applies to an attacker’s activity within the network after penetrating perimeter defenses, using various tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). Today’s organizations must understand those TTPs and ensure that their controls are effective across on-premises, remote, and cloud attack surfaces. The MITRE ATT&CK framework plays a beneficial …

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Attivo Networks Tightens Detection Net on Attacker Lateral Movement

Company’s Innovations in Deception Technology Lock Down Endpoints, So Attackers Can’t Advance Fremont, CA, July 30, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced significant portfolio enhancements that effectively lock down the endpoint so that attackers cannot advance their attacks. These innovations include securing Active Directory and the ability to turn every endpoint into a network decoy.


Decoys to Dye Packs: Facing Down Cybersecurity Threats

The days of Jesse James’s train and bank robberies and John Dillinger kicking down doors with his trademark Tommy gun may be long gone, but bank heists are alive and well in the 21st century — albeit with a new flair. Instead of dramatic physical robberies, today’s criminals have shifted the battleground to cybersecurity, infiltrating the networks of financial institutions globally to steal money and personal information. The attacks remain staggering. Back in 2012, individuals and businesses are believed to have lost approximately $78 million during Operation High Roller. Fast forward to today, and the hacking group known as Bandidos Revolution Team is reported to have stolen hundreds of millions of pesos by infiltrating interbank payment systems and hacking into ATMs. Notably, this group is not believed to be connected to another, separate 300-million-peso heist from five banks last year.

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