Introduction to Cyber Deception: Taking back the advantage from the attackers

  • Thursday, 16 Jun 2022 10:30AM SST (16 Jun 2022 02:30 UTC)
  • Speaker: Kevin Fiscus
According to the Ponemon Institute 2021 Cost of a Data Breach study, the average amount of time it takes to detect and respond to an attack is 287 days. According to that same study, there is a direct correlation between the amount of time it takes to identity and contain a breach and the cost of that breach. Put simply, the faster you can detect and effectively respond to a breach, the less harm will result. In this presentation, you will learn about methods any organization can implement that will help detect attacks faster and respond to attacks more effectively. If done correctly, these techniques can even stop attacks before they start. This content, taken directly from the SANS SEC550: Cyber Deception - Attack Detection, Disruption and Active Response class, will cover what cyber deception is, why cyber deception is a missing but necessary component of our security programs, and how you can literally implement it in your organization tomorrow at virtually no cost.

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