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End Point Threat Detection Using NetFlow Analytics

Posted by NetFlow Auditor Team on Feb 21, 2017 8:47:00 AM

Webinar Transcription:

Hi, good afternoon everyone. My name is John Olson, and I will be presenting the webinar to you this afternoon. I’m from NetFlow Auditor. Our webinar today is on some of the finer security aspects of our product, specifically Anomaly Detection and End Point Threat Detection. End Point Threat Detection being one of the newer pieces that we've added to the system. It should take about half an hour today, and then we'll let you get back to your day. A reminder that everyone is on ‘mute’ during the presentation. We have a number of attendees here today, and we want to keep down the background noise, so everybody will automatically be muted. However, we encourage questions so, if you do have any, then please use the control panel, there's a little question tab you can type in your question, and I will see them and respond to them probably towards the end of the webinar.

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Topics: NetFlow, Cyber Security, Threat Detection

[Webinar] End Point Threat Detection with NetFlow Analytics

Posted by Rafi Sabel on Jan 18, 2017 11:06:00 AM

Join us on Thursday February 23rd at 2pm EST for our latest webinar on End Point Threat Detection with NetFlow Analytics.

New kinds of Ransomware attacks, Botnets, Crawlers, infiltrated IoT devices, Hackers and other nefarious agents are finding creative ways to cause denial of service and are high risk to all organizations and intellectual property.


We’ll dig deep into flow-based End-Point Threat Detection and take a look at how to find all the needles in all the haystacks and how to easily quantify, substantiate and isolate these risks by improving your visibility and mean time to detection, enhancing security and compliance and limiting loss.

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Topics: Threat Detection

Big Data - A Global Approach To Local Threat Detection

Posted by Rafi Sabel on Jan 27, 2016 9:42:00 AM

From helping prevent loss of life in the event of a natural disaster, to aiding marketing teams in designing more targeted strategies to reach new customers, big data seems to be the chief talking point amongst a broad and diverse circle of professionals.

For Security Engineers, big data analytcs is proving to be an effective defense against evolving network intrusions thanks to the delivery of near real-time insights based on high volumes of diverse network data. This is largely thanks to technological advances that have resulted in the capacity to transmit, capture, store and analyze swathes of data through high-powered and relatively low-cost computing systems. 

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Topics: Big Data, Threat Detection