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 20 page comprehensive guidewill help you to evaluate and compare deception solutions.
(question posted on behalf of a CISO member)Has anyone evaluated digital signature (like Docusign), any specific risk/ security areas to be looked into while finalising a vendor? Any and all inputs will be very much appreciated.Continue
(question posted on behalf of a CISO member)Due to CORONA virus most of the organizations are allowing their employees to work form home.Has any one issued security advisory for work from home ?Continue