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Historically, the odds have always been stacked in favour of cyber attackers. Malicious actors only need to succeed once, while cybersecurity professionals need to be succeeding 100% of the time. However, one approach that is turning all of that on its head is deception technology. This style of cyber defence enables businesses to play tricksters at their own game.
Joining us to lend her expertise on the matter is Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer at Attivo Networks. In this podcast, Carolyn shares why she thinks deception technology has been slow in gaining traction. As well as this, she advises on how businesses can ensure their deception and decoy solution works.
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