“Taking the attacker’s perspective, we know that the first thing an attacker will do after breaching a system is start scanning it looking for assets,” explains Sensato CEO John Gomez.
Sensato-Nightingale was developed using this insight. This revolutionary tool sets a trap by creating a honeypot—an isolated and monitored server that appears to be a high value target. Drawing an attacker to it, the honeypot allows anomalous activity to be detected quickly, so Sensato can monitor the attacker’s activity and then initiate countermeasures.
The average time it takes to detect a breach is over two hundred days, Sensato-Nightingale can detect a breach within a couple days. Making it an exceptional addition to a solid defense system, alongside firewalls, anti-virus, and other programs that help prevent breaches.