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NIST and Deception - Aligning with US Federal Cybersecurity Guidelines
Recent publications from both NIST (SP800-53 Revision 5) and the US Department of Homeland Security (Trusted Internet Connections) include new controls and control overlays requiring Deception technology techniques to protect against Advanced Persistent Threats (APT).

In this upcoming webinar, we will review the major parts of these guidelines, and will also show how the core capabilities that Illusive offers can help federal agencies achieve cyber resiliency and compliance.

You'll learn about:

• Deception techniques that work together to thwart APTs - Decoys, Obfuscation, Disinformation, Misdirection and Tainting

• Additional Cyber Resiliency strategies that NIST details including unpredictability, analytic monitoring and privilege restriction

• How the major parts of the Illusive platform—Attack Surface Manager, Attack Detection System and Attack Intelligence System—help defenders preempt, detect, and respond to both APTs and Insider threats

You will have a chance to ask questions and provide feedback during the webinar.

Jul 16, 2020 11:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Michael Saintcross
Federal Team Leader @Illusive Networks
Michael Saintcross leads Regional Sales at Illusive Networks bringing over 30 years of sales and technical delivery experience working with Fortune 1000 companies and US Federal agencies. He joined Illusive from FireMon where he served as the VP of the US Federal and Strategic Commercial accounts in the Cloud and Network Security Policy Change Automation solution area over a 5 year period. Prior to FireMon, Michael spent 7 years at Agiliance in the Security, Risk and Compliance market area starting in an individual contributor role and finishing the last 3 years as the VP of Global Sales. Earlier, Michael held various sales and technical roles at Sun Microsystems over a 12 year period working in Identity Management and Application Infrastructure technologies. He earned a BS in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.