Live Event Time: Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 - 9:30 AM PST
There are many commercial DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) solutions currently available in the marketplace, each operating on a different level, bits, bytes, etc. However, few focus on user activities which are the real reason for performing DPI. In this week's presentation, Darragh Delaney will discuss the value of metadata and why it is more cost effective and resource efficient than just raw packet capturing, especially for deep packet analysis for forensics.
Darragh Delaney is the Director of Technical Services at NetFort Technologies. Darragh is Cisco CCNA certified and has extensive experience in the IT industry, having previously worked for O2 and Tyco before joining NetFort in 2005. As Director of Technical Services and Customer Support, he interacts on a daily basis with NetFort customers and is responsible for the delivery of a high quality technical and customer support service.
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For a related article, entitled "Using Metadata to Monitor User Activities and Troubleshoot Network (by Darragh Delaney)", please click here.