Actively Defending Air-Gapped Networks With Deception
Inside You’ll Find
An overview of how air-gapped networks are set up, their limitations, and why deception is a viable approach to detecting threats in them.
- The anatomy of air-gapped networks and what makes them hard to defend post-breach.
- The passive nature of air-gapped networks and three reasons they get hacked despite being seemingly impenetrable.
- Three reasons why deception-based active defenses work very well as detection controls in air-gapped networks
- Deception in action – A look at how deception works inside an air-gapped network and its advantage.