As more companies move storage services, workload, and data to virtual datacenters in the cloud, they gain increased flexibility, scalability, redundancy, and collaboration while reducing costs and downtime. However, with these advantages come challenges in identity and access management, policy configurations, and protecting data that attackers can reach from anywhere.
Organizations in the cloud worry most about data loss or leakage, data privacy threats, and breaches of confidentiality. To protect themselves, they deploy data encryption, network traffic encryption, access control lists, firewall rules, and other traditional controls to defend their virtual cloud infrastructure, but these leave gaps that attackers can exploit. Deception technology adds capabilities that close those gaps, acting as a force-multiplier to existing security controls to better defend the cloud environment.
Deception gives visibility and detection into unauthorized activity within the virtual datacenter, provide accurate alerting early in the attack cycle, capture company-specific adversary intelligence, and accelerate investigations and incident response. Learn how organizations can use deception technology to close detection and threat visibility gaps in their cloud security stack and strengthen defenses against future attacks.