Deception technologies: 4 tools to help you identify threats and mitigate risks


Deception technologies have come a long way from the days when honeypots were used to analyze attacker behavior. Today’s deception tools contain advanced features like automation and machine learning to mitigate increasingly advanced threats. 

When it comes to choosing a deception tool for your business, here are four of the most innovative and advanced options:

1. Fidelis Deception 

Dead ends and false positives waste critical resources and time in network analysis. Fortunately, tools like the Fidelis Deception platform offer a breath of fresh air. The tool works by creating deception decoys and breadcrumbs that misdirect hackers to a deception environment. 

What’s different about these deception assets is that they adapt to the changes in the enterprise network. They all have their own IPs and appear as if they’re an integral element of the network. 

You can deploy the fake assets using the drop-down menus and wizards or leave it to Fidelis to automate the process. If you do it the manual way, the tool will make recommendations on how to mirror the network as it grows and evolves. It even supports IoT devices and various systems present in OT networks. So, for instance, if your organization adds a

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