We interview Carolyn Crandall, the Chief Deception Officer at Attivo Networks. Carolyn will discussing the deception technology fabric, which interweaves “wolves in sheep’s clothing” throughout the network to deceive attackers, detect their presence, and derail their attacks.
We interview Krupa Srivatsan, the Director of Security Products at Infoblox. Krupa will talk about Network Security Foundations for Digital Transformation.
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Black Hat Interviews: Attivo Networks and Infoblox
We interview Carolyn Crandall, the Chief Deception Officer at Attivo Networks.
Who let the wolves out? Attivo did. Specifically, with its deception technology fabric, which interweaves “wolves in sheep’s clothing” throughout the network to deceive attackers, detect their presence, and derail their attacks. Complemented with attractive bait designed to lure in its adversary, every attack surface becomes a virtual minefield. The company’s latest innovations were announced at Black Hat, adding the ability to secure Active Directory and make every endpoint a decoy. Now, regardless of the method used to advance attacks on compromised endpoints, attackers will not be able to move without being detected. This session will touch on the announcements, market and company momentum.
We interview Krupa Srivatsan, the Director of Security Products at Infoblox.
Network Security Foundations for Digital Transformation. For many years Enterprise defenders have been reactive and acquiring point solutions to address whatever the threat du jour is. The result for most organizations is an incoherent aggregation of tools that don’t integrate, creating these islands of security. There is no solid underlying foundation that can integrate these disparate tools. that could allow more automated and effective defense. As organizations shift more workloads to the cloud and SaaS services the attack surface is going to get exponentially larger, the scale requirements will become even more daunting so the need for a solid architectural foundation will become even more critical. So what can we do about this? How can we deliver organizations the foundation they need for complete visibility in order to identify and protect all their assets, users, and applications.
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