Join this webinar with Joseph Salazar of Attivo Networks to learn how our integration with IBM reduces an organization’s time and resources required to detect, identify, and respond to threats while collecting forensics and developing threat intelligence to reduce the risk of a successful attack. Attivo Networks® has integrated with IBM® to provide advanced security …
This year’s RSA Conference is a key venue for companies to showcase their new cybersecurity products. Here are some of the more interesting tools to check out. The Informer is a deception-based, real time forensic collection offering that extends Attivo’s ThreatDefend Detection and Response platform. The new tool provides a view of the attacker’s activity to accelerate intelligence-driven response and remediation, enhancing the ability to rapidly gather, understand and disseminate adversary intelligence. RSAC Location: South Expo 455
Enhancement to ThreatDefend™ Platform Delivers Adversary Intelligence, Dramatically Reducing a Defender’s Response and Remediation Time FREMONT, Calif. – February 12, 2019 – Attivo Networks today introduced the Informer solution, a deception-based forensic collection offering that delivers real-time forensics with enhanced visibility. As the latest expansion to the ThreatDefend™ Detection and Response platform, the Informer adds in-depth, and often hard-to-assemble views of the attacker’s activity to accelerate intelligence-driven response and remediation.
Attivo announced today that the company has joined the Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, ClearPass Exchange Partner program for the integration of its ThreatMatrix™ Deception Platform and the Aruba ClearPass Policy Management solution. The integration brings together advanced threat detection and policy-based remediation capabilities into a comprehensive solution that provides early threat visibility, attack analysis, and the automatic quarantine of infected systems to prevent the lateral spread of malicious malware and exfiltration of data.
Remember hearing the stories of “The Little Boy Who Cried Wolf”? His calls for help created alarm among the townspeople until, ultimately, they got so used to false alarms they started ignoring his cries for attention. Now imagine multiple boys crying “wolf” at the same time. Are some real? Some false? How much time would it take to investigate each of these cries and would the real wolf attack while you were trying to react to every alarm? The magnitude of these cries quickly become an unfathomable nightmare and inevitably just becomes white noise.