Detect Attacker Movement to and from the Cloud

Externally hosted services and applications don’t stand in isolation—they are connected to the enterprise environment. As your organization’s attack surface widens, a security risk to one part of the extended ecosystem is a risk to all. A comprehensive cloud security strategy must include a means to prevent and detect attacker movement to, from, and between all aspects of the extended network.

Protect Businesses across Hybrid Ecosystems

Stop Attackers in their Tracks

Proactively reduce pathways between networks and systems with perpetual visibility, restricting attacker movement

Protect Critical Assets

Prioritize the defense of “crown jewels” most at risk from attacker lateral movement.

Deterministic Detection through Deception

Cloud deceptions – including servers, databases and fake credentials – root out movement attempts into, within and between cloud-hosted systems.

See What Cloud Attackers Do

Collect rich forensics from compromised endpoints and decoy systems to study attacker behavior.

What Illusive Can Do for Your Cloud

With Illusive, organizations can protect the business across hybrid ecosystems to stop malicious activity long before attackers can reach business-critical assets.

  • Reduce Account Takeovers

    Identify and remove accounts that attackers hijack to dwell undetected on your cloud.

  • Find and Remediate Misconfigurations

    Surface potential privileged identity blind spots and mitigate vulnerabilities created by extraneous domain users.

  • Catch Malicious Insiders

    Leverage beaconed Microsoft Office files and other deceptions to detect insiders and collect forensics on their behavior.

  • Track On-Prem to Cloud Movement

    Find and correct discrepancies between high-privileged users of cloud service providers and those from on-premise directory services.

Assess Your Cloud Risk Now

Illusive’s Attack Risk Assessment identifies vulnerabilities on your cloud―artifacts that attackers use to navigate towards high-value assets. Identify them now!