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Using Advanced Threat Detection to Enhance Security Orchestration, Automation and Response

Cybercrime is always evolving, and as technology becomes more advanced, so too do the tactics employed by cybercriminals around the globe. … Today’s attackers often carry out attacks with the help of artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, which can enhance both their sophistication and speed. Fortunately, cybercriminals are not the only ones utilizing automated …

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Attivo Networks Joins IBM Security App Exchange Community

Joint Threat Detection Solution is Part of Collaborative Partnership to Respond More Effectively to Cyber Threats Today, Attivo Networks®, an award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, announced an integration with IBM Security Resilient, the company’s security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform. This integration enables organizations to respond rapidly to detected threats by …

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Webinar: Learn to SOAR with Deception Technology

Join us to learn how the Attivo Networks in-network deception technology can strengthen your existing Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) solution. SOAR addresses the issues that SOCs regularly deal with, such as the volume of alerts and a lack of experienced security personnel. The Attivo Networks ThreatDefend platform can help security teams address challenges …

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Learning to SOAR – An Eagle’s-Eye View of Attack Mitigation

Written by: Nick Palmer, Technical Director, Europe – For as long as I’ve been in security, the conversation has never been far away from the need for automation and the suggestion that only this can truly save us. Taking the prevailing notion that criminals and nation states are increasingly using machine learning and automation to attack their targets, there is real sense in this view. With a predicted estimate of 7 million new malware samples detected in 2019, and cybercrime set to cost businesses $2 trillion this year, clearly new strategies are needed.

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