Attivo Networks, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer, is presenting at this year’s CSO50 Conference. Her session, “Deception Technology: A Look Under the Hood,” will go beyond deception’s role for in-network threat detection to uncover the value of the technology in identifying, investigating, and responding to attacks – and in reducing risk.
Attivo Networks CTO Tony Cole will present a session titled, Deception Technology: Luxury Item or Life Line?, which will overview deception technology and how deploying decoys throughout your environment can strengthen all the levels in a security stack, limitations of Defense in Depth strategies and the economics of defense and how to craft a business case. Additionally, Cole will share why high-fidelity deception decoys are indistinguishable from the real thing, even to advanced attackers.
Attivo Networks, the award-winning leader in deception technology for cybersecurity defense, today announced that Chief Technology Officer Tony Cole will moderate a panel discussion at the FS-ISAC Fall Summit. The panel, titled “How Financial Services Institutions Can Counter Breaches by Moving to Active Defense,” will focus on why breaches happen, why 100% security doesn’t exist, and why investment trends currently point to an increased focus on detection and incident response. Attivo Networks will also participate in the exhibition showcase portion of the conference.
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.