What sort of threat landscape, both current and emerging trends, have you seen in the region and how are they evolving? The continuing digitization efforts in the Middle East, along with the increased demand and emphasis on remote learning, have added to the growing risk and concern for cyberattacks. The regional cyber threat landscape has …
Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer, Attivo Networks – It’s turkey time again, and even though Thanksgiving may look a little different this year, some things stay the same. Large gatherings of friends and family may not be in the plans, but hopefully, your dinner table will still be overflowing with stuffing, mashed potatoes, and, of course, turkey (and maybe some tofurkey).
FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that it is experiencing accelerated customer demand for its insider threat detection solutions and that 40% of its customers are now citing deception within their top two use cases for the technology.
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.
Attivo Networks announced today that it has received two 2018 InfoSec Awards from Cyber Defense Magazine. The company was named Most Innovative in the Deception Based Security category and received a Best Product Award in the Insider Threat Detection category. Winners will be honored at the 2018 RSA Conference in San Francisco on April 16.
It’s a surprise to no one that computer systems need enhanced protection to reduce their susceptibility to cyberattacks, as recent events such as the WannaCry and NotPetya attacks have shown us. These infestations proved that government operations and critical infrastructures are as much at risk as corporate systems.
Of particular concern are energy distribution systems, which support nearly every activity in modern society. With this in mind, security professionals at energy companies are exploring ways to protect their operations and our way of life.