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McAfee Enterprise and Attivo Networks: Partners in Protection

Attivo and McAfee have partnered together to accelerate incident response for joint customers. The combined solution increases detection speed, accuracy, and fidelity to give incident responders the tools and information they need to detect, investigate, and respond to a compromise quickly. Join this session to hear from Brian Brown, Enterprise Architect McAfee and Joseph Salazar, …

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Deception and Defending Ransomware 2.0 Attacks with Attivo Networks

Join us for a discussion and live demo where you will see how the Attivo Networks EDN solution presents a unique and fascinating way to disrupt ransomware’s ability to move laterally. You will also see how this solution prevents unauthorized access to data by concealing production files, folders, removable disks, network shares, and cloud storage. …

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SolarWinds Supply Chain Attack: Automating Incident Response to Detect Lateral Movement

Author: Attivo Research Team – SolarWinds issued an advisory on 13 December 2020 informing users of a sophisticated attack on its Orion Platform, an application that monitors and manages IT environments. FireEye analyzed the SolarWinds Orion Platform code compromise (dubbed SUNBURST) and shared further post-analysis details in a recently released blog.

Hunting Threats with FireEye and Attivo Networks Webinar

Join this webinar with Chris Unick of FireEye and Joseph Salazar of Attivo Networks to reduce the time and resources required to detect threats, analyze attacks, and remediate infected endpoints, ultimately decreasing your organization’s risk of breaches and data loss. Attivo Networks® has partnered with FireEye to provide advanced, real-time, in-network threat detection and improve …

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Customers Asked for CrowdStrike Integrations, so We Delivered

Written by: Joseph Salazar, Technical Marketing Engineer – Attivo Networks actively solicits feedback from its customers for improvements and new features they want to see. We regularly receive requests to integrate with particular technology solutions that allow customers to better leverage the Attivo ThreatDefend® platform with their existing security controls. One of the more recently requested integrations was with the CrowdStrike EDR platform. Attivo was able to complete the initial phase of this integration earlier this year. This blog covers the current Attivo integration with CrowdStrike and discusses how organizations can benefit from the joint solution.

Incident Response (IR) Washington DC

IR19 is a conference for cybersecurity professionals to learn and develop playbooks to improve Incident Response processes. 30+ hours of practical training on today’s best practices in incident response topics 36 breakout sessions designed for all levels of experience Learn practical operations tips and best practices from industry leaders Leave the conference with a developed …

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Deception technology speeds up detection of attacks

Users of deception technology report a 12X improvement in the average number of days it takes to detect attackers operating within an enterprise network. New research for Attivo Networks carried out by Enterprise Management Associates suggests attacker dwell times can be as low as 5.5 days with deception in use compared to an average of 78 to 100 days for those not using the technology.

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Security Incident Response Planning: 4 Lessons Learned

One of the most important, and yet easily overlooked, elements of keeping an organization secure is creating an incident recovery roadmap–also known as an incident recovery plan. As its name implies, this plan provides a course of action to be taken following a security incident. Having been involved in the creation of several such plans over the years, I wanted to pass along some lessons learned.

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