Illusive Networks

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Illusive Networks is a cyber-security company focused on solving the most critical security threat that organizations face today: targeted attacks. It changes the asymmetry of cyber warfare through a deep understanding of attackers' psychology and methods. The Company creates an alternate reality, transparently woven into an existing network. When attackers breach the network, they step into an illusive world where the data is unreliable. 

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQNew York, US
Websiteillusivenetworks.com
Employee Ratings4.8

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)93(-1%)

Key People/Management at Illusive Networks

Ofer Israeli

Ofer Israeli

CEO & Founder

Illusive Networks Office Locations

Illusive Networks has offices in New York and Tel Aviv-Yafo
New York, US (HQ)
488 Madison Ave, 11th Floor
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL (HQ)
7 Totseret ha-Arets St
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Illusive Networks Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Illusive Networks total Funding

$30 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

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Illusive Networks Online and Social Media Presence

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Illusive Networks Blogs

Stop Internal & External Threats: Deceptive Microsoft Office Beacon Files

Shadowy attackers targeting organizations from halfway around the world grab most of the cybersecurity headlines. However, research shows that 60 percent of data breaches and other cyberattacks on organizations are actually carried out by rogue or negligent insiders. According to a recen…

Illusive and MITRE ATT&CK Framework: Thwarting Attacker Decision-Making

For a cyberattacker, every organization is a potential target. Attack frequency and degrees of severity vary with the attacker's skill level, the assets they want, choice of tactics, and the sophistication of their targets' defenses. With attacks constantly in the headlines, it's no wond…

For Active Directory, BloodHound Barks, But Lacks Bite

We’ve written a lot on this blog about the challenge of managing excess credentials in Active Directory and how much of a cybersecurity threat they potentially pose to organizations of all sizes. In this post, we’ll review the key drivers of that threat, and then examine two tools that c…

False Alerts Are Burning Out SOC Analysts

Illusive’s great partner, CriticalStart, has just produced a troubling report showing SOC Analysts are increasingly facing burnout due to an overload of alerts. The number of alerts per analyst is growing. The time required to investigate alerts is growing. The frustration of chasing fal…

Gartner Analyst: Every Enterprise Should Use Deception Technology

Last week, Gartner held the latest iteration of its Security and Risk Management Summit in Mumbai, and Senior Director Analyst Gorka Sadowski echoed what Illusive has been saying for a while: the time has come for enterprises of all kinds to take advantage of next-generation deception te…

Next-Gen Deception Technology: Moving Beyond Honeypots

Is it time for the proverbial “Honeypots are Dead” Post? Returning from Black Hat earlier this month, I couldn’t help but reflect on how honeypots were still the first thing that came to mind when many attendees heard the word “deception.” It’s true that when deception technology fir…
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Illusive Networks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Illusive Networks founded?

    Illusive Networks was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Illusive Networks key executives?

    Illusive Networks's key executives are Ofer Israeli.

  • How many employees does Illusive Networks have?

    Illusive Networks has 93 employees.

  • Who are Illusive Networks competitors?

    Competitors of Illusive Networks include Validian, Agari and Cyren.

  • Where is Illusive Networks headquarters?

    Illusive Networks headquarters is located at 488 Madison Ave, 11th Floor, New York.

  • Where are Illusive Networks offices?

    Illusive Networks has offices in New York and Tel Aviv-Yafo.

  • How many offices does Illusive Networks have?

    Illusive Networks has 2 offices.