Attivo offers a new technique to further intensify the game of deception between attackers and defenders. The “Botsink” 7500 serves as a decoy, in English “bait”, to lure cyber criminals into the trap. Read the product news in DataCenter Insider. Share on: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
Attivo Networks announced innovative enhancements to its ThreatPath solution, part of the modular ThreatDefend Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) family of products. ThreatPath, which continuously observes and shows credential exposures, now also provides organizations with the ability to identify and automatically remediate high-risk exposures based on identities with excess privileges, application data sources, at-risk practices such …
Attivo Networks, a provider of cybersecurity threat detection solutions, has announced new capabilities within its ThreatDefend Detection Platform that aim to anticipate and address methods an attacker will use to break out from an infected endpoint.
Protecting endpoints and preventing the spread of infected systems is a critical concern for organizations of all sizes, according to research revealing that attackers can move off of an initially compromised system in 4.5 hours, on average. Further, new research shows that the average dwell time—the time it takes to detect attackers operating within an enterprise network—increased an average of 10 days in 2019, from 85 to 95 days, highlighting the escalating requirement to secure endpoints and prevent an adversary from establishing a foothold.