Are you aware that deploying automated decoys can help protect your network and reduce IT costs?
Deception is a frequently used tactic in both defensive and offensive strategies, from chess to duck hunting, and a tool that many security professionals have been using for years. Initially, when deception was used in network defense, it involved a human carefully interacting with an infiltrator to make them believe that they had achieved access to restricted data and to keep them occupied until the threat could be contained. Today, however, technological advancements have eliminated the need for direct human interaction and have increased the believability of decoys.
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