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Advanced Persistent Threat e-Summit – Virtual

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Organizations are constantly on alert due to the barrage of attacks aimed at their employees’ inboxes. But what really keeps security professionals up at night are the targeted and prolonged assaults aimed at siphoning valuable information. The digital marauders of today are employing a range...

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Attivo Networks® Wins Best Threat Detection and Best Cyber Deception Awards from Acquisition International

Reading Time: 2 minutes  |  Published: May 8, 2019 in Awards, Company Awards, Press Release, Technology Awards
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Fremont, CA – May 8, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Acquisition International has recognized the Attivo Networks ThreatDefend™ platform as the Most Advanced Threat Detection & Incident Response Platform in the 2019 Cyber Security Awards. Additionally, the...

Attivo Networks® Receives Multiple Honors for Advanced Threat Detection Innovation in Cyber Defense Magazine’s 2019 InfoSec Awards

Reading Time: 3 minutes  |  Published: March 4, 2019 in Company Awards, Press Release, Technology Awards
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“As the cybersecurity industry gathers at RSA this week, we are honored to be recognized by the 2019 InfoSec Awards as a proven leader in deception solutions and in detecting advanced threats,” said Attivo Networks CEO, Tushar Kothari. “With the Attivo Networks platform, customers can...

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APT heist of Singapore health data exploited Microsoft Outlook, inquiry finds

Reading Time: 2 minutes  |  Published: January 11, 2019 in Attivo News
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An advanced hacking operation that last year stole personal data on 1.5 million health care patients in Singapore, including the prime minister, targeted an unpatched version of Microsoft Outlook, an official inquiry has found. The hackers exploited a known vulnerability in Outlook using “a publicly available hacking...