Posts Tagged 'network security'

Leveraging Deception Technologies to Outsmart Hackers Hackers live and breathe deception. In fact, deception is the cornerstone of most of their attack strategies. Lately, enterprises have become increasingly interested in using deception themselves as a way to get into the minds of cybercriminals and thwart them. In other words, they are using deception to improve […]

  Recent distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are forcing a shift in how we think about the Internet of Things (IoT). The dangers are expanding as attackers are taking advantage of billions of IoT devices, conscripting them into their botnet armies for massive DDoS attacks.   Nontraditional risks The estimates vary, but they suggest between […]

Cybersecurity is a team sport. The bad guys share information, expertise, and code as they help one another. The good guys must do the same to keep pace. Sharing threat intelligence is a key aspect in which the knowledge gained by the owners of sensor networks can share data with the security analysis community.  This generosity […]

Data is leaking out of your organization: accidentally or intentionally, by internals or externals, physically or electronically. During the past year, we have performed extensive research to identify what data is being targeted, who is taking it, how they are getting it out, and the best practices to reduce your exposure to data loss. We […]

When we introduced our strategy at FOCUS ’15, at its core a simple concept:  create integrated security systems to automate the threat defense lifecycle so you can address more threats, faster, with fewer resources.  With the recent announcement of our strategic partnership with TPG we want to further define our strategy and show how we […]