Cybersecurity continues to rise to the top of the list of concerns for organizations of all sizes, and in particular large enterprises such as banking and financial services companies, healthcare providers, and technology firms. Recently, a senior security leader at a national bank and a customer of Illusive told us that after surviving the 2008 financial crisis, he is confident the bank can withstand another financial crisis, but worries that the risk of a major cyberattack poses an existential threat.
UPDATE - Since this post was first published, MITRE has issued a technical white paper fully endorsing the implementation of Deception Technology. Download the report, entitled The Cyberspace Advantage: Inviting Them In
For a cyber attacker, every organization is a potential target. Attack frequency and degrees of severity vary with the attacker's skill level, the assets they want, choice of tactics, and the sophistication of their targets' defenses. With attacks constantly in the headlines, it's no wonder security teams might feel overwhelmed. But in reality, not all threats are equal. Not all threats are relevant to all organizations. And not all threats are known.