Attivo Networks Press Release

Attivo Networks® Chief Deception Officer Carolyn Crandall Takes the Stage at CSO50

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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.

Carolyn Crandall
Chief Deception Officer
Attivo Networks

The CSO50 Conference, held April 8-10, 2019, brings together the security industry’s prominent leaders to explore the changing business risk landscape and how to proactively find and deploy new and innovative approaches to minimize enterprise threats. Attendees can expect to learn about access and identity management, IoT and machine learning, managing third-party risk, awareness and training and more.

Carolyn Crandall of Attivo Networks will present a session titled, Deception Technology: A Look Under the Hood, where she will discuss the increase in adoption of deception technology for in-network threat detection, and its value for identifying, investigating, and responding to attacks. Crandall will breakdown deception’s role as a best practice and explain how it can help collect forensics for faster investigation and actionable, automated information sharing and response.  Her presentation will also explain how deception can reduce risk by fitting within standard security frameworks — 32 subcategories within NIST 800-61 rev 2, ISO 27000 family — to reduce dwell time, accelerate response, and build an active defense.

View the full conference agenda at

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
9:40-10:00AM PT

Talking Stick Resort
9800 E Talking Stick Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85256

Carolyn is available for briefings upon request.

Loren Guertin
Matter on behalf of Attivo Networks

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