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Attivo Networks raises the stakes against 'Ransomware 2.0'
“Advanced human-controlled ransomware can evade endpoint security controls and after initial compromise, move laterally to cause maximum damage, do data exfiltration and encrypt data."
Altering the actions of an attacker
Cyber deception is being added to more defensive toolkits for the simple reason that it works.
Attivo Networks partners with Zirilio to bolster managed detection
As part of the partnership, the two companies will integrate their solutions to combat the new cybersecurity challenges that have risen as COVID-19 keeps people working and learning from home.
Attivo Networks highlights CISOs top concerns following move to remote working
“Much of this year's research indicates a continued demand for in-network detection that works reliably across existing and emerging attack surfaces and is effective against all attack vectors."
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Attivo Networks?
Attivo Networks is a US-based technology vendor in the cybersecurity space. The company focuses on threat detection and deception.
Six benefits of initiating a deception strategy for IT security teams
Deception puts increased power into the hands of security teams by comprehensively protecting against attacks from both external parties and malicious insiders.
Attivo Networks signs on Shelde as security channel partner
Attivo Networks and Shelde will work together to extend the reach of Attivo Networks’ cybersecurity solutions, which use deception technology to detect and misdirect in-network attacks.
New report reveals key concerns of threat management pros in 2020
“Much of this year’s research indicates a continued demand for in-network detection that works reliably across existing and emerging attack surfaces and is effective against all attack vectors.”
Attivo Networks bolsters Google Cloud’s Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory
“By detecting unsanctioned access to AD, security teams receive alerts early in the attack lifecycle, and the attacker is less likely to get the critical AD information they were seeking."
How small security teams can benefit from simple attack detection and response
When you have a small, expensive, generalist security team, it is an inefficient use of their time to be chasing down ghosts and false positives.
Attivo integrates with Azure for greater IoT threat protection
Together the organisations will deliver a solution designed for detection and response to attackers targeting Azure IoT Edge devices.
Five ways cyber deception can help boost IT security
With organisations constantly on the hunt for ways to improve the security of their IT infrastructures, they are affording growing attention to a technique dubbed ‘cyber deception'.
Three cybersecurity vendors outline 16 industry predictions for 2020
With 2019 coming to a close, Ping Identity, Attivo Networks, and LogRhythm’s experts share what 2020 holds in store for cybersecurity.
Nine ways to boost IT security during the summer holidays
With fewer users to manage, IT teams will likely have more capacity to carry out tasks that might have been overlooked during the busy business year.
Time to turn the tables on cyber-attackers
Cyberattackers are no strangers to deception and trickery, and emerging ‘deception technology’ is giving the defending team an opportunity to turn the tables in their favour, Attivo finds.
Businesses focusing on threats from within - survey
Over 50% of respondents reported that 100 days of dwell time or more was representative of their organisation.
Singtel Innov8 backs 'deception tech' firm Attivo Networks for APAC expansion
Singtel Group’s venture capital arm Singtel Innov8 is backing US ‘deception technology’ firm Attivo Networks through an undisclosed amount of funding.