Deception technology company Attivo Networks has expanded its worldwide operations to support growing demand for the technology in India.
The expansion is fueled by enterprise, mid-market and government agency interests in reducing dwell time, the time it takes to detect an in-network attacker and for improving incident response operations, the company said in a statement late Wednesday.
"The Attivo Networks ThreatDefend portfolio is locally developed in India and perfectly aligned with the Cyber Security Framework for threat deception," said Tushar Kothari, CEO of Attivo Networks.
"Deception technology adoption is soaring globally, and we look forward to addressing market demand and successfully expanding our presence in India," he added.
Attivo's "ThreatDefend Deception and Response" platform works by enticing in-network attackers with highly authentic looking credentials, decoys, applications and database deceptions designed to attract adversaries into engaging.
Attivo Networks also showcased its deception technology at the "AISS 2018 NASSCOM-DSCI Annual Information Security Summit" in Gurugram from December 4-6.