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Insights on threat and cyber risk trends, use cases for deception technology and strategies for combatting targeted attacks

4 Ways Coronavirus Will Affect Cybersecurity, and 4 Defense Methods

The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak remains a volatile risk to global health, and in turn has led to roiled financial markets all over the world. We still don’t exactly know how this epidemic will continue to spread, or how it will ultimately affect the international economy. However, experience with past outbreaks and recessions suggests that attackers will soon be looking to see how they can exploit the uncertainty and hardship of the moment for their own gain. It is worth taking a step back to explore how the cybersecurity landscape might rapidly change over the next few months, and what actions organizations can take to protect themselves now. Read More

Deception Increasingly Seen By Analysts as Indispensable

Cybersecurity continues to rise to the top of the list of concerns for organizations of all sizes, and in particular large enterprises such as banking and financial services companies, healthcare providers, and technology firms. Recently, a senior security leader at a national bank and a customer of Illusive told us that after surviving the 2008 financial crisis, he is confident the bank can withstand another financial crisis, but worries that the risk of a major cyberattack poses an existential threat.

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Improve Security Operation Center Efficiency with Deception

It's no secret that SOCs are overwhelmed. Many organizations are under constant attack, but SOC teams are so barraged by alerts that they can’t discern real from noise. If you missed our webinar with Forrester, Improving SOC Efficiency with Deception, watch it here. Learn how a deception technology approach can end the nonstop "hamster wheel" reaction cycle—and significantly boost both incident response (IR) capabilities and the overall productivity of security operations teams. Read More