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Attivo Networks Sweeps Cyber Defense Magazine’s 2021 Global InfoSec Awards

Company Recognized in Multiple Categories in the 9th Annual Global InfoSec Awards at #RSAC 2021

FREMONT, Calif. – May 17, 2021 – Attivo Networks, the industry experts in preventing identity privilege escalation and detecting lateral movement attacks, today announced that it has won the following awards from Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine:

Attivo Networks’ Tony Cole to Participate in “Going Cyber-Nuclear” Discussion at RSAC 2020

FREMONT, Calif. – Feb. 18, 2020 – PRLog — Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Chief Technology Officer, Tony Cole, will join other cybersecurity leaders at RSAC 2020 for a panel discussion titled, “Going Cyber-Nuclear: Is It Time for a Big Red Button?” In a wide-ranging conversation that touches on cybersecurity, the internet, and economics, panelists will discuss what would happen if the United States closed off its internet in the name of cordoning off U.S. network traffic from bad actors.

Make the Most of RSA 2020 with these Must-See Events

Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer & CMO – Despite the concerns stemming from the Coronavirus, it looks like the RSA show will go on. With less than a week left to go, only eight vendors have dropped out (including IBM), and registration cancellations are holding at <1%. So, it appears this year, as with each prior year, the RSA Conference will carry on and provide cybersecurity professionals with the opportunity to get together and learn from many of the industry’s leading voices. This year’s conference runs from Monday, February 24th, through Friday, February 28th, and its theme is “The Human Element,” which encompasses several compelling laser focused ideas. It’s an opportunity to remember that the human element is perhaps the greatest risk of all within cybersecurity and that our actions, whether accidental or intentional, can have a material impact.

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9 disruptive security plays from RSAC 2019

Bad actors have always had the edge in cybersecurity. After all, the good guys have to secure everything, while the bad guys need find only one vulnerability. Given the appalling number of breaches over the years, it’s clear that the established crop of cybersecurity products isn’t up to the task of changing this equation and putting the good guys on top. When I attended this year’s RSA Conference, therefore, I looked for those exceptionally disruptive technologies that promise to turn the tide. Here are my top picks…


Reflections from the Halls of Moscone: RSAC 2019

Written By: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer and CMO – RSAC in San Francisco has now concluded its 28th annual event. Over 42,500 attendees, 740 speakers, and 700 exhibitors participated in the mix of keynotes, session tracks, tutorials, and seminars (if you missed RSAC, there are 166 recorded videos that you can still watch, here). This year’s conference boasted an interesting lineup of topics including AI, IoT security, privacy, law, the evolution of threats and attack surfaces, and the ongoing challenges related to talent shortages.

Hottest new cybersecurity products at RSA 2019

This year’s 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. The Informer is a deception-based, real time forensic collection offering that extends Attivo’s ThreatDefend Detection and Response platform. The new tool provides a view of the attacker’s activity to accelerate intelligence-driven response and remediation, enhancing the ability to rapidly gather, understand and disseminate adversary intelligence. RSAC Location: South Expo 455

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