Illusive Networks is offering a free, fast, and remote Attack Risk Assessment that identifies vulnerabilities getting exploited by attackers in the massive, sudden transition to WFH infrastructure.
Early detection & on-demand forensic intelligence stops
high-impact sideways attacks
Flip the dynamic that favors attackers. Goodbye anomaly detection, hello distributed deception!
Stop attacks through real-time threat detection and endpoint isolation.
This on-demand webcast explains how deception speeds up breach detection and reduces attacker dwell time.
Illusive-sponsored research finds deception technology reduces attacker detection time by over 90%
It’s no surprise that SOC operators are under incredible strain—from talent shortages and data overload, to the sheer volume of disparate technologies they maintain.
Under constant attack and barraged by piles of alerts, SOC teams must examine and prioritize meaningful alerts that warrant further investigation.
Piecing together a picture of what actually happened can take weeks or months. Many worry, “what have we missed?” In the event of a true attack, the attacker may already have been well entrenched in the network—or may already have exfiltrated data.
Continuing to use the same tools and processes perpetuates the endless cycle of reactive response. When the primary detection method is based on finding potential indicators, the SOC will always be on a “hamster wheel”—never enough skilled people to sort through the noise, without the confidence they’re really getting the job done.
With deception, you can turn the incident model upside down. Deception technologies tell you in real time when an attacker is actually DOING something—i.e. is in the midst of the human decision-making process to probe the environment and attempt lateral movement.
Deception-based alerts are high-fidelity, generated near “Patient Zero” through fake data residing on endpoints. Responders know to immediately prioritize these alerts—and have essential decision-making context:
Now teams have clear options. They can isolate the attacker or take other rapid action to stop the attack, or—especially if they have honeypots or decoys—they can continue to observe and collect information on the attacker’s goals and techniques.
With deception-generated alerts, IR teams can kick-start the triage process and give precise focus to broader correlation, analysis and eradication efforts.
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