Reviewed by: Michael Diehl & Matthew Hreben
We return this year to TrapX Security's DeceptionGrid, a deception network solution that uses emulated traps to analyze traffic and respond to an intrusion. No agents are needed as this approach does not require any presence on the devices it is protecting. Much like other players in this space, DeceptionGrid can be installed in all virtualized and cloud environments including Hyper-V, VMware, AWS and Azure.
The Event Analyzer will display information during an event, such as an attack occurring in real-time. From here you can see the attacker's hostname, the IP, the trap name that sent the alert, the time it occurred, and a lot more. Analysts can click on an event, drilling down with even more details such as additional information on the attacker, the attack vector as well as the number of connections made and logins were attempted.
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