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Is Your NETWORK SECURITY Built on a House of Cards

Is Your NETWORK SECURITY Built on a HOUSE OF CARDS? Security threats are on the rise, and awareness is growing FAST-EVOLVING THREATS 68% of respondents see increase in 68% security threats. SECURITY POINT OF FAILURE 67% see current 67% security tools as a Point of Failure. LACK OF VISIBILITY 63% worry that limited 63% visibility threatens their security. Do you have a solid SECURITY STRATEGY? Get a winning hand with total vísibility, end-to-end monitoring and swift problem detection. Defend your critical web resources and safeguard sensitive data with powerful Network Visibility Solutions. You Tube digg DEFENDING AGAINST E 8+ FAST-EVOLVING THREATS in A Network Packet Broker Bē improves the security of your network by increasing your control over the data and packets that your security tools see. This control improves the efficiency of your security monitoring devices, ensuring their effectiveness and availability in dealing with today's evolving threat landscape. TY.TY.TYAT. ELIMINATE POINTS OF FAILURE CREATED BY YOUR INLINE NETWORK SECURITY TOOLS A Bypass Switch adds additional Mosltar A = 52.250% B = 46.122% fail-open/fail-close connectivity to your inline network monitoring tools (i.e., Intrusion Prevention System). Eliminating your security tool as a possible point of failure means lessnetwork downtime due to oversubscribed or incorrectly configured devices. INCREASING NETWORK VISIBILITY FOR NETWORK SECURITY MONITORING A Network Tap gives you the availability to connect your security monitoring tools (IDS/DLP) exactly where you need it to gain the visibility your tools need. 100% visibility of your data is critical to ensuring 100% security of your network. PROTECT YOUR DATA FROM THEFT OR COMPROMISE. KNOW THE LATEST THREATS AND GET THE TECHNOLOGY TO DEFEAT THEM.

Is Your NETWORK SECURITY Built on a House of Cards

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t this year's RSA Conference in San Francisco, Net Optics conducted a survey of attendees to identify what is the state of today's network security. The 497 respondents included a wide range of job r...






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