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‘Intelligent’ honey pot helps John Muir Health defend its network from bad actors

When Tom August joined John Muir Health in 2015, the health system lacked a structured approach to cybersecurity. August led the development of a risk-based program that focuses on threats and risks impacting the organization. To gain visibility into the network, August implemented TrapX, a deception technology that acts as an intelligent honeypot. This allowed John Muir Health to quickly identify and address suspicious activity on the network. August advises other CISOs to engage with vendors, be clear on the problems they are trying to solve, and consider innovative solutions from newer players in the market.

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