A few years ago, I wrote a blog that talked about how our Palo Alto NetFlow
Scrutinizer for the Security Team: Better Security Analytics, Faster Incident Response
For decades, and as a best practice, companies have purchased point security products in the name of prevention. Today’s growing threat surfaces coupled with the sophistication of attacks has, however, led us to a point where breaches are now inevitable. From the boardroom to the security operations team, organizations must change their mindset away from prevention toward data forensics in support of fast and accurate incident response.
Network Traffic Analytics: Monitor, Visualize, and Report on Network and Security Incidents
Scrutinizer is built on a strong foundation of total visibility, informational accuracy, and flexibility. With the industry’s fastest reporting, it provides the source-of-truth for rapid and efficient network and security incident response. It fits into your unique network topology and works alongside the industry’s most prominent vendors and technologies to deliver detailed and accurate context into your network traffic. With the ability to achieve massive collection rates, Scrutinizer’s flow analysis capabilities are poised to scale as your organization does. Greater situational awareness is mere seconds away, letting your team stay on top of threats and network incidents.
5 Key Steps to GDPR Compliance
GDPR provides EU citizens with specific rights pertaining to their PII and outlines how organizations must treat that data. It extends legal liability beyond the borders of the EU so that any organization anywhere in the world that maintains PII of EU citizens must comply. GDPR will force organizations to change the way they collect, store, manage, transmit, share, and protect PII. Scrutinizer is an essential piece to a compliance strategy.