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Using Deception Technology To Close Your Detection Gaps

In this session, we share insights into why deception technology has become a legal sector preferred security control for the early detection and identification of in-network threats that have bypassed prevention security controls and for its reliable alerting on insider security policy violations.

Case Study: Law Firm Chooses Attivo Networks Deception Technology as a Managed Service

The Attivo Networks ThreatDefend platform gave the firm the tools and visibility they needed to address their primary concerns of detecting lateral movement, thwarting insider threats, and providing an effective means to disrupt the spread of ransomware and related malware.

M&A Customer Case Study

This white paper will delve into some of the information security challenges organizations are likely to face during the M&A process, and how using deception technology to identify potential issues and will make the infrastructure integration process smoother and more secure.

Attivo Networks Deception Technology for Mergers and Acquisitions

Deception technology can play a critical role in Mergers and Acquisition situations, providing vital detection and visibility capabilities for due diligence and post-merger integrations. Check out this white paper for more on the benefits of deception technology before, during, and after a merger/ acquisition scenario.

Threat Deception for the Legal Sector

Legal organizations are actively turning to deception technology as the preferred method for early and accurate detection of threats that have bypassed other security controls. Deception technology gives legal organizations the internal visibility often lacking in traditional security infrastructures. To learn more about what benefits the Attivo solution can offer to the legal sector, see our white paper.

Deception for Mergers & Acquisitions

When an acquisition is announced, both organizations experience an increase in target profiles and public visibility. This typically results in both organizations making themselves targets of increased cyber threats and attacks.


Using Deception Technology To Close Your Detection Gaps

In this session, we share insights into why deception technology has become a legal sector preferred security control for the early detection and identification of in-network threats that have bypassed prevention security controls and for its reliable alerting on insider security policy violations.

Case Study: Law Firm Chooses Attivo Networks Deception Technology as a Managed Service

The Attivo Networks ThreatDefend platform gave the firm the tools and visibility they needed to address their primary concerns of detecting lateral movement, thwarting insider threats, and providing an effective means to disrupt the spread of ransomware and related malware.

M&A Customer Case Study

This white paper will delve into some of the information security challenges organizations are likely to face during the M&A process, and how using deception technology to identify potential issues and will make the infrastructure integration process smoother and more secure.

Attivo Networks Deception Technology for Mergers and Acquisitions

Deception technology can play a critical role in Mergers and Acquisition situations, providing vital detection and visibility capabilities for due diligence and post-merger integrations. Check out this white paper for more on the benefits of deception technology before, during, and after a merger/ acquisition scenario.

Threat Deception for the Legal Sector

Legal organizations are actively turning to deception technology as the preferred method for early and accurate detection of threats that have bypassed other security controls. Deception technology gives legal organizations the internal visibility often lacking in traditional security infrastructures. To learn more about what benefits the Attivo solution can offer to the legal sector, see our white paper.

Deception for Mergers & Acquisitions

When an acquisition is announced, both organizations experience an increase in target profiles and public visibility. This typically results in both organizations making themselves targets of increased cyber threats and attacks.