On this episode of the CyberSpeak with InfoSec Institute podcast, Carolyn Crandall, chief deception officer at Attivo Networks, talks about defending organizations via deception technologies, helping organizations shift from a prevention-based security infrastructure to an active defense, and other security topics.
In the podcast, Crandall and host Chris Sienko discuss:
- How deception technology works for defense? (1:30)
- What were the challenges involved in creating a deception department from scratch? (5:15)
- If breaches are inevitable, how does that impact security strategy? (12:55)
- How do you get buy-in from employees if everyone is getting infected? (14:55)
- What is the next step following a breach? (16:45)
- Is deception technology mostly done in-house or can be it outsourced? (18:35)
- What are the strategies for security around remote workers? (21:55)
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