From time to time, I get client inquiries that ask, “Is someone interested in this technology?”. I have recently covered deception techniques and technologies, and because of that I’ve received quite a few calls asking that question on this technology.
Well, in the spirit of giving, I figured I’d give folks a taste of how much visibility Distributed Deception Platform providers have been seeing lately. Results of my analysis for Distributed Deception Platform (DDP) providers are below. As we can see, over 284 searches were performed during the past year for specific providers in the threat deception market.
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|Gartner Search Analytics Statistics for (Gartner.com):
Distributed Deception Platform Providers
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