Cybercriminals behave like a community: Jaydeep Ruparelia

Jaydeep Ruparelia, CEO, Infopercept Consulting

Infopercept, a global managed detection and response company, announced the launch of its deception-based XDR tool and MDR service.

The XDR tool ‘Invinsense XDR+’ covers network deception and endpoint deception that deploy various decoys and attract adversaries towards them. This helps organisations to analyse the mode of operations of an attack. The network and endpoint deception work in coordination to change environments in real-time. End point deception creates dynamic and deceptive information, responds to the evolving nature of advanced threat landscape, and interferes with attackers attempts to recon the environment that deters them from executing their malicious intents, through all the stages of compromise in the attack kill chain. Network Deception creates more decoys to further trap adversaries in a broader environment. These two technologies share threat intelligence and trap adversaries in real-time and protect organisations from falling victim to advanced attacks across network, endpoints, servers, and applications.

The MDR service ‘Invinsense MDR+’ provides a dedicated purple team, which consists of veteran security professionals. This team helps organisations to leverage Invinsense XDR tools to combat unknown and zero-day threats and minimize the damage caused through sophisticated cyberattacks like ransomware.

“Cybercriminals are becoming more and more organised, and they behave like a community. It is almost impossible for organisations to prevent adversaries completely. The only way organisations can be prepared for unknown and zero-day threats is by consolidating their detection and response,” said Jaydeep Ruparelia, CEO, Infopercept Consulting. “With Invinsense XDR+ and MDR+, we intend to help organisations sharpen their detection and response with the power of deception. Even unknown attacks can be detected by diverting them to the decoys, and with the help of our deception technology, organisations can spread decoys in their entire landscape and increase the canvas of their detection and response. However, deployment of these decoys and monitoring them need special skill sets of cybersecurity experts. For the organisations that don’t have teams to utilise our deception technology to the fullest we are providing a dedicated purple team that will help them deploy decoys and monitor the landscape 24×7.”

Jaydeep Ruparelia, CEO, Infopercept Consulting
Jaydeep Ruparelia, CEO, Infopercept Consulting.