New release of the Defensys TDP 3.1

Defensys has announced the new major release of the Defensys TDP 3.1, the technology for digital simulation of IT infrastructure. The release includes an updated mechanism of lures placement and open API.

With the new version of the Defensys TDP 3.1 users can configure lures placement policy by collecting basic information about machines: OS version, its language, and installed software. New approach of lures placement allows users to make them more reliable and realistic even in large networks. The full range of tools already deployed in the system for lures placement on clients’ hosts (incl. Microsoft SCCM, Ansible, Puppet) is available for CS specialists in the updated Defensys TDP version.

The developer has expanded the product’s integration capabilities with informational systems concerning restrictions, that often exist in large companies’ networks. For example, if records in DNS servers are prohibited in customer’s network, the Defensys TDP can transfer lists of non-existent DNS hostnames through API. This feature allows customers to add them autonomously. Moreover, it’s possible to provide the list of simulated login accounts for monitoring through a customer’s SIEM system.

The Defensys TDP 3.1 has a very user-friendly interface with the simplified interactions through the public API with Swagger (Open API) support. This makes the product integration easier while adhering to strict information security protocols. In addition, thanks to the new feature the product can be used in networks where different departments are responsible for different infrastructure elements, as well as automate information exchange with the Defensys TDP.

The Developer has also introduced the ability to log in using well-known directory services, such as Active Directory, FreeIPA, and Open LDAP.

Ensuring security is a challenge that customers are actively addressing today. Therefore, while improving our product, we work on seamless integration with OS and development of realistic emulations that are deployed in large networks with thousands of protected nodes”  commented Andrey Chechetkin, Deputy CEO at Defensys.