Tag: Threat Detection

A well-lit network with no place to hide

The economics of cyber-attacks have changed over the years. Fifteen years ago, it was all about network penetration, but today the more advanced attackers are more concerned about being detected. Just like the folks in my neighborhood post signs in their front yard saying that the house is monitored by some name-brand security company, and the property is well lit at night for the neighborhood watch, such is the case with networks that have completely unsampled NetFlow being collected and analyzed by StealthWatch. READ MORE

September University of NetFlow™ Training Courses

Lancope’s University of NetFlow™ will hit Seattle and Cincinnati in September. Attendees will learn how to leverage their existing infrastructure to better defend their networks from increasingly targeted and sophisticated attacks. READ MORE

Lancope To Speak at Upcoming Security Events

Lancope’s Director of Security Research, Tom Cross, will be speaking at two security industry events this month – SOURCE Boston and the FS-ISAC Summit. READ MORE

SLIC Threat Feed unveiled by Lancope

Lancope announced this week that it is now offering the StealthWatch Labs Intelligence Center™ (SLIC) Threat Feed to provide enhanced detection capabilities for botnets and advanced malware. READ MORE

Being the Hunters and Not the Hunted

2012 was a banner year for sophisticated attacks. Even with an IPS at every major intersection of the network, AV on the endpoints, DLP and a pitbull, hackers are still remarkably successful. Lancope can offer the security, visibility and context to be the hunter and not the prey. READ MORE