Our malware detection team plays particularly close attention to DNS traffic because a lot of serious exfiltration occurs as the result of DNS abuse. Since most traffic to the DNS can’t be blocked without potentially crippling Internet activity, we watch for behaviors that are outside the pattern of normal activities.
Our IT department recently went through the process of evaluating Splunk competitors such as Elasticsearch and a couple of other vendors. Although we had our list of required features, the more pricey solutions demonstrated clear benefits over the cheaper more affordable systems.
For too long, some companies have shirked their responsibility to protect their customer’s personal information. Furthermore, it is believed that these companies simply gave lip service to how they went to great lengths to protect customer information. Do you think it’s true that many companies don’t make customer confidentiality a big enough concern? Well for many, this is about to change.
Are you evaluating and looking for SevOne Competitors? The process of uncovering compatible solutions, installing them, setting them up and flushing out the features that are important to your IT organization can be a considerable process.
Back in 2007 it was reported that Salesforce.com was hacked when their electronic security measures where compromised. What is surprising is that I could not find any theft reports from Salesforce since.
Xirrus IPFIX support provides network admins greater insight into what is going on out at the edge. Understanding which devices are creating the most traffic and types of traffic empowers admins to make optimizing tweaks to the networks overall configuration. Making sure that the critical applications receive priority is paramount.
Application Performance Monitoring needs to evolve from a Network Map to an Application Map. It is amazing to me that most companies do not have a map of the applications that their business depends on. When application performance is crawling, the network is often the first suspect. I think the reason for this is partially because the network is the only thing documented. Everyone knows that the network isn’t always at fault when it comes to poor application performance. Lets fix this perception problem by starting off where the existing documentation ends.