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You don’t know what you don’t know…but what if you could? When I joined CounterCraft a few years ago now, a good colleague of mine helped me to understand the value of cyber deception by using a very simple analogy about a chicken farm.
The team behind CounterCraft is a group of cybersecurity experts, passionate about the world of threat intelligence and the brains behind our powerful deception-powered platform.
Once, decades ago, honeypots were synonymous with deception techniques in the cyber world. These clever pieces of data or desirable information were used to lure attackers and influence, often in real time, their behavior.
March was full of interesting developments on the cyber front, including quite a bit of movement and developments on the nation-state side. Read on to find out what we’ve been talking about around the proverbial water cooler.
Monday 9:35am. One of our customers receives an alert that their CounterCraft Cyber Deception Platform has detected an interesting threat actor: Carbanak/Anunak. Taking a closer look at the notification, we can see that it seems that CounterCraft detected an IoC belonging to a threat actor.