Protocol Analysis, Data Recorder, CALEA, Lawful Intercept, Application Performance, User Experience, Industrial Ethernet, Data Loss Prevention, Deep Packet Inspection, NetFlow, SOX, HIPAA and PCI Compliance, Switching and Routing, Forensics, VoIP, IPTV ... etc.
This week we will speak with Steve Brown and Warren Caron of Viavi Solutions, who are their Director of Solutions Marketing and Solutions Engineer, respectively.
With network teams increasingly involved in all aspects of security from threat prevention to breach investigation and remediation, understanding how to be proactive is critical. In this week's LMTV LIVE, we’ll discuss how network pros can more effectively work with security teams on threat prevention, investigations, and cleanup efforts.
Proactively ID anomalous network behavior
Recognize malware, ransomware, and DDoS
Assess damage post-attack
Reconstruct or playback breaches
Ensure successful remediation
Overcoming key visibility and intelligence issues
Strategies to ensure security events are fully captured
Join Tim O’Neil and Tony Fortunato Wednesday 16, for a 30 minute session where they will cover the following 2 topics;
Tony will continue his Wireshark Quickstart, Tips and Tricks. Tony will be covering Wireshark usage, navigation, protocol analysis and other bits of information. Specifically tony will cover ring buffers and capturing data for extended periods
Tim will discuss Internet of Things and security concerns surrounding this new technology.
Join Tony, Tim and guest, Keith Bromley on Wednesday November 9th at 12:30 EST where we will spend 30 minutes covering network performance and how Ixia fits into the mix.
Keith will be commenting on the following points:
Security and monitoring tools are only as good as the data they see, or don’t see
Performance matters. Missing data can lead to missed or false positive security threats, longer and more costly troubleshooting efforts, and lower customer satisfaction ratings because of higher Mean Time To Repair. This is explained in the whitepaper The Importance of Lossless Visibility.
Some network packet brokers drop packets and don’t even report it. Their User Interface doesn’t show the packet loss.
We all know that Halloween can be a scary time but for Network Analysts ever day can be scary, like outside attacks for data thief, deniability of service and access, Insider attacks on purpose or just not thinking users, network and security issues by the dozens and the list goes on and on.
LMTV will be spending time with a guy that faces scary every day and he lives in the packet and network scary house! He is Mike Canney, Viavi’s Principal Strategic Architect and troubleshooter.
Mike will be discussing the Top 6 Scariest Things he has heard from network engineers say!
6 Scariest Statements from Engineers on Halloween and every day!
Network Map? Why do I need that? - Dependencies, WHAT?
Application Baselines? I have no idea “what is normal”.
Why do I need trace files?
Can I capture everything using the switch SPAN function.
Our company doesn’t have apps in the cloud
With SDN, You don’t need packets for troubleshooting or visibility.
This week we will be speaking with Stefano Gridelli, Co-Founder and CEO of NetBeez, who will be showing a live demonstration of the latest release of the BeezKeeper, which includes new features like scheduled iperf tests, Internet speedtests, and VoIP call quality estimates (MOS).
Stefano Gridelli is cofounder and CEO of NetBeez (netbeez.net), a Pittsburgh-based company that has released a distributed network monitoring solution for enterprises. Before NetBeez, Stefano worked as a network engineer, leading network design and implementation projects in complex network environments. He is Cisco CCNP certified and holds a Service Routing Architect (SRA) certification from Alcatel-Lucent.
This week we will be speaking with Colin Walker (technical marketing engineer) and Nick Brackney (product marketing manager) at ExtraHop.
Specifically, Colin and Nick will discuss the new ExtraHop Platform v6.0, which makes existing wire data and performance systems obsolete by empowering IT with features to unearth the source of IT issues - including security - within 5 clicks.
While there are numerous competitive tools in the wire data, NPM, and APM ecosystem, our special guests will discuss how ExtraHop differentiates itself from the pack. The two technical experts will discuss which use cases and verticals are best suited for the ExtraHop Platform, and provide real-world customer stories.
Performance Vision (PV) is a leading vendor in the Application Performance Monitoring (APM) and network visibility markets. PV provides a range of innovative solutions that helps IT managers obtain a global vision of their infrastructure as well as application performance and usage.
Boris will talk about how WireData can address the need of IT operations for performance analytics, in particular, the challenges of handling hundreds of applications for thousands of users and similarly, the challenges of taking troubleshooting capabilities in a virtualized / cloud / SDN data centers.
He will also discuss the need to take a new approach to traffic analysis to address this new situation and give an update on Performance Vision's latest development: Version 4.1.