Attivo Camouflage uses its home-developed Dynamic Behavioral Deception to generate lures and decoys that are identical to real assets.
Attivo Networks specializes in messing up things inside IT systems—for would-be cyber-intruders, that is.
The Fremont, Calif.-based deception-security provider, which creates bogus but believable copies of IT systems in order to catch and contain unwanted cyber-criminals, on Sept. 30 launched Attivo Camouflage, a next-generation approach that uses self-learning to automatically alter itself, constantly generating fresh “bait” for attackers. Attivo Camouflage uses its home-developed Dynamic Behavioral Deception to generate lures and decoys that are identical to real assets while continually evolving and scaling alongside the real computing environments it is protecting.
This new enhancement to the Attivo service complements the company’s Deception Platform that supports user networks, data centers, cloud and ICS-SCADA (Industrial Control Systems-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) environments, CEO Tushar Kothari told eWEEK.