The annual RSA Conference is a key venue for companies to showcase their new cybersecurity products. Here are some of the more interesting tools to check out.
Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer and CMO – RSAC 2020 has come and gone, and cybersecurity experts from all across the globe have departed San Francisco armed with new knowledge, connections, and new ways of thinking about solutions to the cybersecurity problems facing all enterprises. Attivo Networks came ready to showcase new capabilities of the ThreatDefend® platform and educate customers and prospects on detection technology and—more specifically—the stages in which it can help them fortify their defenses: early detection, analysis and forensics, automated response and post-compromise threat detection. On a fun note, our “wolf in sheep’s clothing” plushes were in high demand and got quite a bit of attention on the show floor and social media. Overall, there were no shortage of great speaking engagements, breakout sessions, and keynotes to attend, so let’s talk about some of the conference’s key takeaways.
In the latest episode of the Early Adopter Research (EAR) Podcast, EAR’s Dan Woods spoke with Carolyn Crandall, the chief deception officer of Attivo Networks, while both were at the RSA 2019 Conference. Their conversation covered Woods’ three big cybersecurity questions for the year, and Crandall also explained the position of Attivo Networks in the cybersecurity landscape. They covered…
Chris Roberts is Chief Security Strategist at Attivo Networks where he works with customers globally to develop and implement risk reduction strategies across new and legacy technologies.. He is also a world-renowned hacker and advocate for thinking about safety and security in different ways to change the cybersecurity industry for the better. Roberts is associated with Cympire, OverWatchID, HHS, Virsec, and other groups such as Hackers for Charity. Watch the video below about how we can all learn to better deliver on our promises, the future of passwords, and fixing problems instead of using a band-aid approach.
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.
Deception technology was a major topic at last week’s RSA conference in San Francisco. With the recent onslaught of malware, attendees were eager to learn more about new approaches to inside-the-network detection and how deception technology could fit into their current security infrastructure strategy. As the industry leader in deception, we were more than happy to spend 4 days talking endlessly about this.
In a highly competitive selection process, deception based detection has been selected as the subject for one of the key crowd-sourced sessions at this year’s RSA conference. The session, selected by industry judges from numerous submissions and then voted for by security professionals, will be led by Attivo Networks Joseph Salazar who is an expert in the deception for cyber security defense.