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GigaSECURE and LogRhythm Deliver Efficient, Effective Security Analytics

Countless security teams struggle to keep pace with ever‐inventive cybercriminals. But the reality is, cyberattacks can and will happen—no matter what. That’s where LogRhythm’s Security Intelligence Platform comes in, applying a data‐driven, machine‐analytics approach to detecting and neutralizing cyber threats targeting any attack surface. And here’s a hot tip for you: You can gain even deeper […]

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Configure the GigaSECURE Security Delivery Platform Via the Viavi Observer GUI

Both network and security operations rely on packet‐based analysis to optimize, validate, and troubleshoot service assurance, so it’s crucial that your monitoring infrastructure provides that analysis as automatically and efficiently as possible. Recently, Viavi (formerly JDSU) added an exciting new capability to its Observer Performance Management Platform. Designed to empower Viavi administrators to control and […]

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Security Insights Revealed at Gigamon’s CSO Panel at RSA 2016

Gigamon recently hosted an in‐depth CSO Panel titled “Turning the Tables on Attackers” at RSA Conference 2016. Moderated by Bob Bragdon, publisher of CSO Magazine, we covered a lot of ground and gathered expert advice from some of the industry’s best‐known names: Justin Harvey, Cybersecurity CISO, Fidelis Lance Dubsky, Chief Security Strategist, FireEye Sean Cordero, […]

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Get Pervasive Visibility into Virtual Network Traffic in VMware NSX Environments

Virtualization is taking over IT—but we don’t need to tell you that. What we can tell you, however, is that if you’re using VMware NSX (or VMware ESX) to virtualize your environment, now is the time to check out the GigaSECURE® Security Delivery Platform. As an NSX ecosystem partner, GigaSECURE can help you safeguard your network by: […]

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Gigamon’s #wefightsmart Campaign Unites Top Security Companies, Takes Aim at Cybercriminals

Cybercriminals: Now there's nowhere to hide.

It seems like no one is safe, with cybercriminals targeting everyone from small business to huge corporate conglomerates. In response, the world is spending ever more money on cyber security — $75 billion in 2015, a projected $170 billion by 2020 — but cyber crime only increases. But money in itself won’t solve the problem. […]

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