Most organizations accept that the malicious penetration of their networks by human attackers and/or automated malware is inevitable.
- Activity associated with decoys, which are of no interest to genuine users, can be assumed to be malicious, so there should be no false positives.
Features and Benefits
- Describes how deception technology works.
- Explains the different approaches to deception.
Key questions answered
- What is a low-interaction decoy?
- Does deception tech help with detection?
Table of contents
The use of deception to fool attackers in cyberspace
The inevitability of cyberattacks
The value of deception technology
The emerging market for deception