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Attivo Networks Claims First to Use Deception Security in IoT

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  • Kothari said, Attivo becomes the first IT security provider to utilize deception-type security in the IoT realm. “
  • “With the growing number of IoT devices in production networks, even minor security issues can turn into significant problems,” Kothari said.
  • Attivo Networks’ Deception Platform is designed to detect cyber attackers, regardless of whether the attack is a targeted, stolen credential, ransomware, or insider threat, Kothari said.
  • Once inside a network, bad actors can use stolen credentials or move laterally to gain illegitimate access to company assets and information.
  • Customers can configure the Attivo Deception Platform to look identical to IoT systems based on XMPP, COAP, MQTT, HL7 and DICOM-based PACS servers in their networks, Kothari said.

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The Deception Platform is designed to detect cyber attackers, regardless of whether the attack is a targeted, stolen credential, ransomware or insider threat.


Attivo Networks Claims First to Use Deception Security in IoT

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