Dive Brief: Half of large companies have been the subject of a cyberattack on Active Directory (AD) services in the last one to two years, a report from Enterprise Management Associates on behalf of Attivo Networks and Tenable found. In 42% of those attempts, the attacks were successful, according to the survey of 250 IT professionals and executives …
Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate, Attivo Networks – Although the phrase “identity is the new perimeter” has been around for several years, the concept is surfacing as a top priority for 2021. So much so that in a recent Gartner, Inc. press release, they listed “Identity-First Security” as one of its Top Security and Risk Management Trends for 2021.
Written by: Samatha Leggat, Senior Manager of Corporate Communications – One of my roles at Attivo Networks is to help drive and manage analyst relations, engaging with experts at firms like Gartner and others. Gartner is an invaluable resource, offering fresh industry content and advice for the challenges and trends faced by today’s IT professionals. There is nothing you can’t find on the Gartner research platform. From insights about the newest security technologies to comparisons of vendor solutions, you’ll find it here. One of the organization’s most useful tools is their Gartner Peer Insights platform. This platform gives IT buyers access to insights and real-world experiences of more than 23,000 of their enterprise peers. Keep in mind, this is not just another product review site: Gartner Peer Insights reviews “are rigorously vetted by Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company” — “no vendor bias, no hidden agendas, just the real voices of enterprise users.” These users give their in-depth reviews and ratings to help one another explore product alternatives and benefit from lessons learned at every stage of the buying process.
Written by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer and CMO – I recently read the Gartner guidance document on being resilient to prepare for cyber risk following the COVID 19 breakout. I thought it would be interesting to look at their guidance and to see how using Attivo deception technology can help.
Written by: Mackenzie Blaisdell, Senior Manager of Online Programs – Whether you are still soaking up the last few moments of the holiday season with family and friends or you’re back in the office kicking it into full gear, let’s take a quick moment to reminisce on our cybersecurity readers’ favorite blogs of 2019.
The momentum of IoT adoption is showing no signs of slowing, and with it comes increasingly material risk for both businesses and households. The quest for innovation has allowed for security to fall behind, and as a result, these devices have infiltrated our lives while creating an environment where attackers can exploit these solutions for anything from ransomware to extensive denial of service attacks, says Carolyn Crandall, chief deception officer at Attivo Networks.
I am pleased to share that Gartner’s newly released research report, Solution Comparison for Six Threat Deception Platforms is now available for subscribers. After months spent compiling research and product evaluations, the report goes into an extensive review on the breadth, depth, authenticity, and ease of use of deception platforms. I am very pleased with …