10 Deployment Considerations for your Deception Strategy

White Paper

Summary

Knowing how attackers operate creates the opportunity to use deception to lure, detect and defend against external intruders, malicious insiders, and malware. Whether you work for a government agency, a large corporate company, a hospital or a college, every organization is different and that's why it's important to understand which deployment strategies are right for your environment, risk level, resources, and skills.

Read this e-book to learn about ten key considerations that can assist you in making your project a success including: 

  1. The benefits of containment vs. detection
  2. Considering environment differences 
  3. Understanding widespred deployment benefits 
  4. Focusing on breadcrumb links to decoys for detection 
  5. Understanding the depth of deception layers required 
  6. Adaption and freshness cycles 
  7. Determining risk appetite 
  8. Understanding the impact on resources 
  9. Using automation to reduce time and effort 
  10. Implementing a detection and response strategy 

 

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