By Sandra Kuranda
As companies continue to get hammered by breaches, a clear gap in the effectiveness of many security portfolios becomes more evident with each attack. However, a new category of emerging security startups say they have the answer and are disrupting the threat detection space with what they call “deception” technology.
… Deception technology is designed to complement existing prevention technologies on the network, not replace them, and act as another layer to “fill the gap,” said Tushar Kothari, CEO of Attivo Networks. Fremont, Calif. That detection gap was illustrated in a recent FireEye report, which found that the average hacker is in the network for 205 days before detection, down from 243 in 2012….