Invinsense Deception is a combination of two cybersecurity approaches Network Deception and End Point Deception that help to deceive and divert adversaries from achieving their objective: Deception allows deploying various decoys in your network to deceive the attacker and the end point deception approach allows altering real assets with assets to set a trap for attackers
Invinsense Network Deception and End point Deception work in coordination to change environments in real-time End point deception creates dynamic & deceptive information, responds to the evolving nature of advanced threat landscape and interferes with attackers attempts to recon the environment that deters them from executing their malicious intents, through all the stages of compromise in the Attack Kill Chain and Network Deception creates more decoys to further trap adversaries in a broader environment.
These two technologies share threat intelligence and trap adversaries in real-time and protect you from falling victim to advanced attacks across your network. endpoints, servers, and application
INVINSENSE PATCH MANAGEMENT MAKES IT HARDER FOR ADVERSARIES TO ENTER AN ORGANIZATION
Invinsense Patch Management is an administrator’s control over operating system (OS), platform, or application updates. It entails identifying system features that can be improved or fixed, creating that improvement or fix, releasing the update package, and validating the installation of those updates Patching along with software updates and system reconfiguration is an important part of IT system lifecycle management.
Enterprise IT environments can contain hundreds of systems operated by large teams-requiring thousands of security patches, bug fixes, and configuration changes. Even with a scanning tool, manually sifting through data flies to identify systems, updates, and patches can be onerous Invinsense Patch management allows automation to roll-out patches, generate clear reports on which systems are patched, which need patching, and which are noncompliant.