Tag: Network Monitoring

APT Number One

This week's Mandiant report goes a long way in making the case that well-funded, sophisticated attackers are currently staffed for the purpose of stealing corporate trade secrets. The report also reveals a fundamental problem in the operational preparedness of enterprises to detect these types of attacks. READ MORE

Tom Cross on Modernizing Password Security

Today’s TechNewsWorld features an article on password security by Lancope Director of Research Tom Cross. The article discusses several ways enterprises should modernize their approach to password security to survive in today’s era of directed attacks. 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

Lancope Unveils High-Speed StealthWatch FlowCollector 4000

As one of the fastest flow collectors on the market, the FC 4000 is massively scalable and features extensible storage capabilities ATLANTA and LAS VEGAS (Cisco Live conference), July 12, 2011 – Lancope, Inc., a leader in flow-based security, network and application performance monitoring, has unveiled the StealthWatch® FlowCollector 4000, one of the fastest flow collectors on the market. Highly scalable to meet the needs of any enterprise, the FlowCollector (FC) 4000 increases the maximum monitoring capacity of the StealthWatch System to 3 million flows per second (fps), significantly boosting network visibility, performance and security. "The use of flow data within… READ MORE

Lancope Extends NetFlow-Based Behavioral Analytics to the Perimeter for Greater Contextual Awareness

Extension of internal monitoring capabilities to the perimeter dramatically improves network visibility, performance and security ATLANTA and LAS VEGAS (Cisco Live conference), July 11, 2011 – Lancope, Inc., a leader in flow-based security, network and application performance monitoring, has announced that it will now combine internal and perimeter-based network monitoring for greater contextual awareness. By integrating NetFlow analysis from the internal network with key data from perimeter devices such as firewalls, Lancope will enable customers to achieve dramatically improved visibility, performance and security. Through its new capabilities, Lancope’s StealthWatch® System will now assign Concern Index™ points to IP addresses that… READ MORE