Deterministic Threat Detection Provides Visibility

In sophisticated attacks such as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and human-operated targeted ransomware, attackers establish an initial beachhead, surveil their surroundings and move laterally to harvest privileged credentials that give them access to valuable information. Shutting down the most dangerous attacks targeting organizations today requires visibility into this malicious lateral movement before damage can be done.

Shut Down Malicious Lateral Movement

Deception-Powered Threat Detection

Choose from over 75 different types of deceptive data to redirect attackers away from your most critical data and detect threats at the beachhead.

Remove High-Risk Artifacts

Continuously reduce your attack surface using point-and-click functionality to enforce identity policy violations and remove high-risk connections that fuel attacker lateral movement.

Comprehensive Lateral Movement Forensics

Illusive notifications instantly deliver detail-rich lateral movement context and forensics that saves valuable hours of manual investigation efforts.

Deterministic Detection Is Now a Must-Have

Disrupting attacker lateral movement is the key to high fidelity attack detection and stopping threats before serious damage occurs.

  • Fill In Visibility Gaps

    Deterministic detection based on interaction deceptive data interaction is not dependent on previously observed malicious behavior and can detect new threats.

  • Complement Probabilistic Detection

    Deploy lateral movement detection to complement EDR and identify adversaries using existing legitimate network connections and privileged credentials.

  • Easy to Deploy and Maintain

    Illusive lateral movement detection doesn’t require agents, deploys quickly, requires little cost and effort to keep running.

  • Align with MITRE SHIELD Active Defense

    Illusive deception provides coverage for a total of 27 of the 33 active defense requirements suggested by the MITRE Shield Framework

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