With 7.0, ExtraHop introduces live activity maps for complete 3D interaction with the hybrid IT environment; enhanced threat anomalies and machine learning-initiated workflows for performance and security; and perfect forward secrecy (PFS) decryption at scale to support next-generation security architectures.
Single-board computers, like the Raspberry Pi or Odriod, are getting widespread adoption within the network engineering community thanks to their computational power (approximately 1 GHz) and low cost (less than $50 per unit). As a result, more and more companies are deploying these devices within their enterprise networks and using them as monitoring sensors to collect analytics on network performance, wireless networks, and cloud services.
Panos Vouzis is a cofounder of NetBeez which provides network performance monitoring designed for network managers primarily interested in early fault detection and quick troubleshooting of complex wide area networks.
On this week's LMTV LIVE, John Kerber, the Technical Co-Founder of Who's On My WiFi will be on the show to discuss WiFi Analytics, privacy in the age of Analytics, and where things are headed with this technology.
Who's On My WiFi is a young, growing company, originally starting primarily in the network security space, but since the last time on the show, has made the transition to a WiFi Analytics company.
What is WiFi Analytics?
WiFi Analytics is a growing field that helps organizations make business decisions about physical locations based on the information already available on a computer network.
As an analogy, Web Analytics companies changed the view of parsing Web Server logs from being an IT Function specifically focused on either security or on website uptime, into more of a marketing or business development function focused on user behavior and increasing engagement that also aids in security or uptime.
YouTube LIVE event start time: Wednesday, July 19, 2017, 9:30 AM PST
How do you scale your network infrastructure to support multiple monitoring tools - while ensuring 100% packet capture?
This is the problem we have been hearing in the last few years. Data centers (D1 & D2) and enterprise networks have many challenges and two of the big ones are providing the IT department anytime access to full-duplex traffic, while guaranteeing full packet capture. Now layer on top of that a stack of 1G legacy monitoring tools in addition to the migration to 10G/40G and 100G speeds.
Join us for to learn about the latest visibility solution from Garland Technology’s as they introduce and demonstrate their Passive Fiber Modular Chassis System, a flexible, scalable and affordable high density solution for managing up to 24 links in a 1U box at network speeds of 1G/10G/40G/100G.
Security is top of mind for most IT departments. Once the subject comes up, everyone has their own ideas about what security tools (IPS, IDS, DLP, WAF, etc.) and what defense strategies (black list, white list, defense in depth, etc.) should be put in place. But what about the functionality that enables the security solutions? How do you create the visibility into the network that you need to create a truly adequate security solution? Join us for the final podcast in this Best Practice series to learn about what a visibility architecture is and how you can use it to create your inline and out-of-band network security solutions.