Illusive Donates Security Resources and Charitable Contributions to Highlight Organizational Risk
- Active Defense Leader Offering Donations of $1500 to Charity of Choice for Lateral Movement Risk Audit
Illusive, the leader in Active Defense, announced its Lateral Movement Risk Audit initiative to shed light on security risks to business’ critical assets while giving back to charitable organizations. To further its mission to keep organizations safe and deprive attackers the ability to move laterally, Illusive is offering a free security assessment and a donation of $1,500 to the recipient’s charity of choice.
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“Attackers are actively seeking ways to steal organizations’ most critical assets, which can leave businesses and organizations completely immobilized,” said Ofer Israeli, Founder and CEO of Illusive. “Lateral movement risk audits are critical to discovering the vulnerabilities that exist within an organization’s environment and enable threats. With this initiative, we’re able to not only stop today’s most dangerous nation-state and ransomware attacks, but also support charities doing incredibly important work in other areas.”
The full audit will provide insights into organizations’ security posture through a comprehensive risk overview by threat vector. Organizations will have increased network visibility, including admin account access and high-risk connections to business assets, to make more informed decisions and get ahead of potentially damaging security threats.
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Illusive’s fully remote audit evaluates six different attack surface categories ranging from identification of ‘crown jewel’ assets, user credentials and local administrators to network connection pathways and shadow admins. Each category is assigned a grade from A to F along with specific details of risk findings and actionable insights.
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