Illusive Networks Wins Prestigious ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award
illusive networks, the leader in Deceptions Everywhere® cybersecurity, today announced that it was honored by American Security Today as a 2016 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Platinum Award winner.
As Best Cyber Financial Institution Solution, illusive networks was recognized for its outstanding product development achievements and new technologies that address the growing homeland security threats. American Security Today’s Homeland Security Awards Program was organized to recognize the most distinguished vendors of physical IT, port security, law enforcement, and first responders, in acknowledgement of their outstanding efforts to ‘Keep our Nation Secure, One City at a Time.’
illusive networks’ Deceptions Everywhere cybersecurity blankets a company’s entire network — every endpoint, server and network component – with information that deceives would-be attackers. When attackers act upon the false information, illusive neutralizes the attack and triggers a detailed breach report enabling security administrators to detect, track and contain the attack in its early stages.
“illusive networks continues to advance its Deceptions Everywhere cybersecurity technology to safeguard networks globally from cybercriminals,” said Shlomo Touboul, CEO, illusive networks. “It’s an honor to be recognized as a Homeland Security Award winner which further validates illusive networks’ success pioneering deception-based cybersecurity solutions.”
illusive networks’ delivers several cybersecurity industry firsts including: Attacker View™, a sophisticated breakthrough technology that exposes hidden cyber attack paths, enabling IT professionals to adapt their security strategy to mitigate advanced attacker’s lateral movement; Wire Transfer Guard™, the first cyber deception technology to protect wire transfer banking systems against targeted Advanced Attacks; and Advanced Ransomware Guard™ blocks ransomware activity at the source host before it gains a foothold in the network.