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August 25, 2005 | Network World Fusion

Lancope boosts traffic-inspection capabilities

Lancope this week is set to announce an updated version of its flagship product suite that it says can now more deeply inspect application and Cisco router traffic for potential worms, viruses and malicious behavior on internal networks.
August 01, 2005 | Information Security

“A Safe Bet”

To some degree, network anomaly detection systems (NADS) are like Rodney Dangerfield: They get no respect in a security monitoring game that has numerous variables.
July 15, 2005 | Government Executive

ADVICE+DISSENT: Managing Technology Network Anomalies

Agencies can ward off hackers by finding pattern shifts before the damage is done.
June 14, 2005 | Secure Enterprise

This new appliance from Lancope adds on features of StealthWatch for Cisco NetFlow networks.
June 05, 2005 | Network Magazine

Anomaly Detection On the Rise

Network behavior anomaly detection detects attacks and misuse without the need for signatures. Now it's emphasizing attack mitigation capabilities.
May 05, 2005 | Security Pipeline

StealthWatch Sneaks Out With New Features
March 15, 2005 | SC Magazine

The Traffic Cop: Stopping Bugs in Transit

Like most colleges, Dartmouth had a big problem: an ever-changing student population connecting to the network using a variety of devices, many infected with malware.