With the evolving threat landscape, breaches are becoming increasingly common. As per Ponemon Institute, in 2017, the average time required to detect a breach was 191 days and the average time required to contain a breach was 66 days. These time frames can have a significant impact on businesses relying on technology for their continued operations. Deception as a strategy has always been a critical element for detecting threats and adversary behavior. Honeypots have been used as a deception mechanism for over a decade, both by organizations and security vendors, to research attack tactics, techniques, and procedures and provide threat intelligence.
This Guide Includes:
- Deception Technology Use Cases
- Key Evaluation Parameters
- Evaluation Checklist to evaluate and compare different deception solutions
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