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The Honeywell Threat Defense Platform (HTDP) uses autonomous, AI-powered deception tactics to outsmart attackers and high-fidelity threat detection to control cyber-attacks in operational technology environment.
The Next Wave – The National Security Agency’s review of emerging technologies, The Next Wave | Vol. 23 No. 1 | 2021 |
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework can be confusing for newcomers to understand. This article offers an easily digestible primer for the guidelines
Deception Systems or Honeypots are systems that are designed to be intentionally desirable to attackers while safely alerting defenders to malicious…
The United States and the European Union are planning to work together to secure digital infrastructure in developing countries. Here’s why this is vitally important.
The Decade of IoT ahead has the potential to see innovation that supports initiatives for sustainability, quality of life and so much more.
Cybersecurity and technology governance remain a top area of focus for the SEC and FINRA, as the regulators continue to concentrate on improving the…
Username and password combinations offered for sale on the Dark Web by criminals has increased 65% since 2020.
Key enterprises in the banking, telecommunications and transportation industries would be among those required to bolster cybersecurity and report digital attacks…
Flaws in Microsoft, Google, Adobe, Cisco, Netgear, QNAP and other products have been added to CISA’s known exploited vulnerabilities catalog.
CIOs can help drive zero-trust architectures at their organizations.
Deception tools have come a long way in a few years and can now more closely emulate real network activity and help security teams identify and stop attacks.