the challenges of building and deploying deception solutions
the components included in a modern deception solution
recommended optional architecture for deploying deception solution
how deception can be integrated with the security eco-system
SIGS Technology Conference
June 13, 2019 | 8:00 AM GMT+2
We are excited to be hosting a Deception workshop at the SIGS conference in Switzerland on Thursday the 13th June. SIGS is a peer-to-peer organisation dedicated to helping information security, IT risk management, privacy and compliance professionals be more successful. This workshop focuses on Deception as an accurate solution to detect infected assets inside the organisation while reducing the overhead on the security team and proactively gathering information about the attackers.
Nick Copeland is a systems engineer at Fidelis for 9 years, following them through DLP, Cybersecurity, Endpoint and Deception Technologies. Nick has worked on a wide range of deployments and solutions of the product including pre-sales, post-sales, installation, customisation and occasional engagements as Network SME for Incident Response. Previous experience includes over 26 years in the networking arena and Unix systems administration, covering switch, router, firewall, IPS, load balancing and currently with APT solutions. Nick holds a BSc hons in Computer Systems and Microelectronics from Queen Mary College, University of London.
Changing the Paradigm using Deception
This workshop focuses on Deception as an accurate solution to detect infected assets inside the organization while reducing the overhead on the security team and proactively gathering information about the attackers. Current prevention solutions do not provide 100% prevention capabilities. On the other hand, detection solutions trigger too many events and false positive which the security team can’t manage.