Recent publications from both the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) include new controls and control overlays requiring Deception techniques to protect against Advanced Persistent Threats (APT).
These guidelines, combined with the U.S. Department of Defense's CMMC cybersecurity model in January 2020, emphasize the importance cyber resilience, "the ability to anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to adverse conditions, stresses, attacks, or compromises on systems that use or are enabled by cyber resources."
The major parts of the Illusive platform—Attack Surface Manager, Attack Detection System and Attack Intelligence System—helps defenders preempt, detect, and respond to attackers— both insiders and intruders.
Download this free whitepaper to learn how Illusive can help your agency achieve cyber resiliency and new NIST SP800-53 Revision 5 control compliance. The paper also gives a specific breakdown mapping the Illusive platform’s capabilities to DoD, NIST, and DHS federal guidelines.