Enhanced dynamic defense, relief of security operational costs and burdens,
and 3rd party risk monitoring all in one solution.

Lightweight Deception
PacketViper features agentless deception with software-based decoys and believable responses.  Deployed with ‘point & click’ simplicity, decoys can be rotated based on a variety of factors including time, network, business, country or port to confuse attackers and create the appearance of a moving target.  PacketViper can be deployed both internally (East-West) and at the perimeter (North-South) creating transparency that can then be acted upon. Only PacketViper offers this deception in all directions.
PacketViper Deception

Heavyweight Results
Game-changing deception solves important cybersecurity problems.  PacketViper eliminates the attacker advantage of anonymity and can automatically block threats.  Leverage network level deception to deceive threats as early in the kill chain as possible.  Harvest the intelligence on those threats and apply it to block each new probing source in real-time, strengthening defense and reducing operational burdens from unwanted traffic. Use decoys to ensure vendors comply with policies while on the network.

PacketViper Deception Solves Critical Problems

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Dynamic Defense. Deceive and stop attackers quickly at step one of the Cyber Kill Chain, at both the perimeter and interior, to automatically reduce noise, logging and alerting.

 

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Vendor Risk Management. Manage third party IP traffic and apply new threat intelligence with ‘point & click’ simplicity. Decoys ensure vendors comply with risk policies while on your network. Continuously harvest and apply new threat intelligence from known and unknown sources based on real-time network activity.

 

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Operations Relief. Enhance the performance of other essential tools such as firewalls, IDS/IPS and SIEM and check more security alerts with existing network security team resources.
Outstanding and reliable!

We’ve been extremely happy with the product and even more importantly, the support from the Packet Viper team! We know first hand how the product has helped to drastically reduce our risk and is key to our multi-layered security strategy.

— Manager of IT

Network Layer Deception

The network layer is where deception can solve meaningful security problems since it is pervasive, less complex, and more easily managed. PacketViper decoys and decoy responses can be configured to dynamically change to never provide an easily mapped, or accurate view of your network and services. This approach deceives threats, harvests their intelligence and blocks them.
No application-based deception platform delivers these types of results.
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