How Deception Efforts can Bolster Your Security Posture

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The use of cyber-deception by organizations is more than just another effort to maintain the integrity, reliability and inviolability of business functions. It is the next generation defense approach designed to help make digital applications safer and more secure to use in a world of evolving data security risks and cyber-threats.

This has given rise to the use and popularity of Cyber Deception Systems (CDS) which are services that give organizations the means to effectively run and manage their own cyber-deception initiatives to bolster their security postures.

This report covers and assessed CDS and the market positions of 18 vendors delivering products and services for CDS. The report includes relative vendor value and value spotlight charts, market size and forecast and segment futures for CDS.

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