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Savvius Vigil

Savvius builds software and hardware products for network and security professionals. Maintaining and troubleshooting networks requires great tools.

Savvius’s mission is to build those tools, and to apply the resulting networking expertise to cybersecurity investigations as well. Common to everything Savvius does is a focus on providing useful insight built on a deep understanding of networks from packets through applications.

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Using Savvius Filters for Malware Detection

Network detection of malware in flight is proactive. By the time malware has infected an asset, whether PC or server, it requires some degree of remediation. Using Savvius filters allows identification of malware including source and destination, making it possible to quickly and accurate understand the extent and severity of a security issue. And with the rapid increase of malware on the internet and the damage it can do to enterprise network and the business, IT administrators are looking for more proactive strategies for detecting malware.  However, one of the challenges is that the malware tends to evolve very quickly. The good news is that as quickly as the malware appears, it is usu...
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