Attivo Networks Press Release

Joseph Salazar, Attivo Networks® Engineer and InfoSec Veteran, Speaks at H-ISAC on the Impact of Deception Technology

Attivo Networks, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Joseph Salazar, Technical Marketing Engineer, will present at this year’s H-ISAC (Health – Information Sharing and Analysis Center) Spring Summit. During his session, “Gaining an Operational Advantage with Full Fabric Deception Technology,” Salazar will take a deep dive on deception technology, discussing how it can be used to mitigate cybersecurity risk across the healthcare industry.

Joseph Salazar
Technical Marketing Engineer
Attivo Networks

At the H-ISAC Spring Summit, held May 13-17, 2019, critical infrastructure owners and operators within the healthcare and public health sector will come together to share intelligence on threats, incidents, and vulnerabilities. Through informational sessions and round tables, participants will gain insights on indicators of compromise, techniques and procedures of threat actors, mitigation strategies, and more.

During the event, Joseph Salazar, a veteran information security professional with both military and civilian experience, will present a session titled, “Gaining an Operational Advantage with Full Fabric Deception Technology,” which will highlight the importance of deception technology for healthcare organizations. Taking note of the new challenges that come with today’s connected world, he will explore deception’s role in protecting the enterprise, intelligence developments, and how the technology fosters an active defense. Salazar will also provide real-world examples where the ThreatDefend™ platform quickly detected MitM activity at a remote site, an insider threat, and infected IoT devices.

View the full conference agenda at

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
4:30-5:00pm ET

Sawgrass Marriott Gold Resort & Spa
1000 PGA Tour Blvd
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

Joseph is available for briefings upon request.

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