When a zero-day threat hit a major U.S. web retailer in a drive-by attack, the web retailer needed to discover when, where and how the attackers struck to keep its thousands of systems protected from repeat attacks and to make sure it didn’t spread. Knowing that traditional AV prevention and detection tools wouldn’t be sufficient, it turned to the network forensics capabilities of its Solera DS 3200 appliance.
A major university located on the east coast of the U.S. recently implemented a network monitoring and security solution that includes the world’s fastest network forensics solution from Solera Networks. Combined with numerous open source and proprietary network forensics tools, the university now has complete visibility into all network activity.
For any security team to stay on top of a global network, it is critical to know what is currently happening and what has happened on the network. Tahitian Noni International is able to keep the juices flowing through capture and playback of all network traffic using a solution from Solera Networks.
BAE Systems needed a turnkey Ethernet-enabled solution to capture, record and store massive amounts of radar data for an advanced radar mine detection and neutralization system. Solera Networks armed BAE Systems with the DS Series solution to capture and record a complete, lossless view of radar data for more accurate engineering development.
Determining the cause of slow connectivity and answering the question, “What happened to my network?” is no longer a problem for Xactware. With the ability to record and playback all network traffic using a solution from Solera Networks, they can quickly identify the root cause of the problem and restore network peace.
To secure their network for 35,000 students and 10,000 employees, a major private U.S. university deployed a Solera Networks solution. They are now able to record, playback and analyze all their network activity and respond to attacks, performance bottlenecks, malware, or any other issue they might face.