Flame Virus Attacking Middle East

There has been a flurry of discussion this week about a recently discovered malware called Flame. Security controls that are based on detecting known threats are not sufficient to protect our networks against this kind of attack. NetFlow monitoring and anomaly detection can play a key role in enabling more rapid detection of these types of attacks. READ MORE

Halting the Havoc – StealthWatch for Early Threat Detection

Special thanks to Joey Muniz, The Security Blogger, for his recent post on leveraging StealthWatch and NetFlow to fight APTs. In his post, Mr. Muniz discusses the inefficacy of traditional security solutions for combating advanced threats, and goes on to explain how flow-based solutions like Lancope’s StealthWatch can cost-effectively detect anomalies that would typically bypass other technologies. READ MORE

Lancope and Cisco to Present Webinar to Combat Advanced Cyber Threats

Together, Lancope and Cisco provide unprecedented levels of network intelligence and protection for vastly improved security postures. READ MORE

StealthWatch Training Now Available

Lancope is now offering customer training for StealthWatch through our preferred provider, Priveon. The in-depth, three-day technical training course delivers all there is to know about designing, deploying, operating and maintaining StealthWatch for optimum results and ROI. READ MORE

Lancope to Provide Monitoring for Cisco at London 2012 Olympic Games

Lancope’s technology partner Cisco is playing a critical role in delivering the infrastructure support for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The company is also showcasing innovative technology solutions in its Cisco House, to be open for five months at the Olympic Park. Cisco’s CSIRT is monitoring network traffic for the Cisco House, and we are proud to announce that its arsenal of mobile monitoring tools includes Lancope’s StealthWatch System. READ MORE