Lancope, Inc., a major player in flow-based security and network performance monitoring, has joined hands with Cisco (News - Alert) to present on NetFlow monitoring for enhanced network visibility at Infosecurity Europe.
Infosecurity Europe, which will be held in London from April 24-26, is the number one information security event in Europe, attracting more than 10,000 attendees and 300 vendors. At the event, the companies will join together to present a session entitled, "Network Visibility Today to Secure Tomorrow's Network".
The network and security experts will discuss how even the largest, global enterprises can leverage their existing network infrastructure to obtain valuable insight and visibility for vastly improved system performance and risk mitigation.
Attendees will learn how to leverage flow data to gain unprecedented network insight and protect large, global enterprises from increasingly sophisticated attacks.
"In addition to intensified cyber attacks, today's enterprises must also effectively address constantly evolving technology trends including virtualization, user mobility and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environments," said Chris Smithee, network security lead for Lancope, in a statement.
Network visibility is the key to adapting to these trends and challenges without sacrificing security, performance or compliance.
As network security lead, Lancope's Smithee is focused on flow-based detection and analysis of information security and network events. He will present the Infosecurity Europe session alongside Mark Jackson, security solutions architect from Cisco UK.
The twosome are participating in this upcoming show with the goal of providing unprecedented network insight and protection for large, global enterprises.
By cost-effectively collecting and analyzing NetFlow from a wide range of Cisco networking devices including catalyst switches, the ASA platform and Cisco's Identity Services Engine (ISE), Lancope's StealthWatch System protects organizations against the full range of threats facing today's networks - from advanced persistent threats (APTs) to damaging insider attacks.
In addition to tightening security measures, this solution can also drive performance, perform forensic investigations and capacity planning, and offer help desk troubleshooting and compliance.
Edited by Jamie Epstein