Deception 2.0 for Dummies

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Since the beginning of time, deception has been used in nature and warfare as a powerful defense mechanism. Deception is a very useful and effective tactic to detect and evade threats in many situations. The modern cybersecurity situation is one such example.

Cybersecurity breaches are active on enterprise networks for an average of 200 days before they’re discovered. Once inside your network, attackers pivot to other systems and networks, stealing valuable and sensitive data with impunity.

Cyber warfare today requires an effective solution to detect, engage, and respond to malicious activity on enterprise networks using many of the same principles of warfare espoused by Sun Tzu in The Art of War, including the use of deception to learn the tactics of your adversaries and crush them!

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