Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer, Attivo Networks – Halloween is upon us once more, but as with most things, it looks a little different this year. While adults wrestle with the countless disruptions the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to their lives and businesses, children worldwide are grappling with the sad possibility that trick-or-treating may not be an option this year. Unfortunately, the pandemic has not similarly deterred cybercriminals. Cyberattacks are on the rise, with attackers leveraging the widespread remote work and other consequences of the pandemic to ransack networks throughout the world.
Written by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer – I often speak to people with different levels of familiarity with deception technology. Given one’s background, experience, and interests, these conversations can be quite varied. With that in mind and in the spirit of Halloween, I thought it might be fun to describe deception technology through the eyes of other characters who use deception.
Written by: Carolyn Crandall, Attivo Networks CMO – Halloween may be the only time of the year when monsters, vampires and ghosts parade the streets at night spooking the public. However, in the dark online world of sophisticated adversaries and expanding attack surfaces, threats continue to lurk in our networks at unprecedented rates, wreaking havoc on organizations and going undetected for months at a time…scary stuff. These threat actors’ “tricks” are certainly not enjoyable “treats”, so for this year’s Halloween blog, we’re looking into how organizations, in all industries, can avoid falling victim to the modern cyber villain’s trickery with the help of deception technology.