The CounterCraft team is in amongst the action at Infosecurity Europe this week, thrilled to be connecting with friends old and new. The exhibition hall is bustling and the agenda is bursting at the seams with discussion, debate, and demand for a different approach to addressing today’s dynamic threat landscape.
The CounterCraft Cyber Deception Platform pioneers a radical way of using automated deception campaigns in synthetic environments for early threat detection and to capture detailed, client-specific intelligence that reveals the tools and techniques attackers and adversaries are employing against you. This year, the enforcement of the GDPR law is generating plenty of conversation, and is of course particularly relevant this week at Infosec. Our recent white paper focuses on Article 83 of the new regulation, in which the requirement for organisations to ensure they have robust breach detection and investigation capabilities in place is highlighted and explained. Talk to our team of deception artists about how CounterCraft can strengthen security posture, save on security spend, and help ensure your organisation is compliant with Article 83.
Our award-winning team aren’t only at Infosec to support our expansion in the UK and European markets; Infosec is proving to be a great opportunity to cement new relationships within the growing team, as well as to connect with the cybersec community gathered in London this week. Last night, we hosted an informal drinks reception for friends old and new to celebrate our ambitious growth strategy for 2018 and share deception tech use cases.
Here are some of our highlights so far.