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Attivo Networks expands its Azure Active Directory

Attivo Networks announced today that it has expanded its identity infrastructure assessment technology for Azure Active Directory (AD). The new capabilities add hybrid environment support for continuous exposure visibility and provide remediation guidance for on-premises, cloud, and managed AD environments. Nearly 80 percent of attacks are caused by threat actors leveraging identity security gaps to …

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Attivo Networks expands its identity infrastructure assessment technology for Azure Active Directory

Attivo Networks announced today that it has expanded its identity infrastructure assessment technology for Azure Active Directory (AD). The new capabilities add hybrid environment support for continuous exposure visibility and provide remediation guidance for on-premises, cloud, and managed AD environments. Nearly 80 percent of attacks are caused by threat actors leveraging identity security gaps to …

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SentinelOne adds Attivo Networks to identity portfolio

Extended detection and response (XDR) services supplier SentinelOne is to buy identity threat detection and response (ITDR) specialist Attivo Networks in a $616.5m (£471m/€560m) cash and stock deal, claiming that the acquisition will expand its addressable market by $4bn. The addition of ITDR elements to SentinelOne’s portfolio will extend the capabilities of its existing Singularity XDR to cover identity-based …

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SentinelOne scoops up Attivo Networks for $617M

Security companies typically start by focusing on one particular problem, but the biggest ones like Palo Alto Networks, FireEye and Symantec have shifted to a horizontal approach, typically gaining functionality over time through acquisition. SentinelOne, which went public last June, appears to be taking a similar tack, and yesterday the company announced it is acquiring Attivo Networks for $616.5 …

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SentinelOne acquires Attivo Networks for $617M

After one of the largest initial public offerings in the cybersecurity industry, SentinelOne Inc. will expand once again — this time into the identity and access management space. In a blog post Tuesday, the endpoint security vendor announced the definitive agreement stage of the impending acquisition of Attivo Networks, an identity security company based in Fremont, Calif. …

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Reducing the blast radius of credential theft

By Tony Cole, CTO, Attivo Networks Cybersecurity has come to be defined by identity, with almost every attack today revolving around gaining control of a user’s identity as a means of accessing critical data and systems. Verizon’s latest data breach report found that credentials are the most sought-after form of data. As we have repeatedly seen, a single set …

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Business Security Weekly Episode #240 – Protecting Identity Services

Tony Cole, CTO, Attivo Networks, joined hosts of the Business Security Weekly podcast, Ben Carr, CISO at Qualys, Jason Albuquerque, COO at Envision Technologies, and Matt Alderman, Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance, to discuss protecting identity services. Identity Services such as Active Directory is an area that is almost always utilized by the attacker after …

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