Healthcare Organizations Turn to Savvius Because Their Networks Matter More Than Ever

WALNUT CREEK, Calif – January. 10, 2017 – Savvius™, Inc., leader in network analytics for performance diagnostics and security investigations, has become a network performance and network security analytics standard for the healthcare industry. With a roster of clients that includes St. Luke’s University Health Network, Bon Secours Health System, Partners HealthCare, Mission Health System, Vocera Communications, and many more, Savvius […]

What will be the single biggest security threat of 2017?

At the very end of 2015 we ran a straw poll of individuals in the security space to determine what the single biggest security threat of 2016 would be. We divided the 74 “unstructured” comments into a number of lose sections with “people” emerging as the most popular response.

Traffic tools enable St. Luke’s to find network bottlenecks

When St. Luke’s University Health Network migrated to a new data center in 2011, it also started implementing technology from security vendor Savvius to improve the troubleshooting of its information systems. Before using those capabilities, its hospitals didn’t know if a network or information system was having trouble until it manifested with slow response times, typically indicated by phone calls from users to the information technology department for the system, based in Bethlehem, Pa., and operating seven hospitals and a network of 300 physicians.

2017 Application Performance Management Predictions – Part 2

PMdigest’s 2017 Application Performance Management Predictions is a forecast by the top minds in APM today. Industry experts — from analysts and consultants to users and the top vendors — offer thoughtful, insightful, and often controversial predictions on how APM and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2017. Part 2 covers the expanding scope of Application Performance Management (APM) and Network Performance Management (NPM).

Gazing ahead: Security predictions, Part 6

As more IT infrastructure transitions to become cloud-based and accessible from anywhere, hackers will focus on targeting browsers as the weak point. Browsers are essentially the operating system today, no matter whether you are using Windows, Mac OS or Linux. Employees spend most of their time in the browser, talking on Hangouts, drafting documents on Google Docs, and using multiple plug-ins. It’s a very large attack surface that hasn’t been fully used by hackers, but that is about to change. And once hackers find a vulnerability within a browser, they’ll have access to everybody who uses Chrome as their browser, regardless of OS. This will be a nightmare for IT security professionals, unless they are using incredibly sophisticated analytics tools.

Professional Packet Analyzers

Cross-site data flow and application control for the enterprise network — this sounds like a technology that is only reserved for larger companies. But that is not the case, as we found with Savvius Omnipeek 9.2.

Forensic Focus

Tom Rowley of Savvius explains how post-breach forensics can play a vital role in regaining the upper hand against cyber criminals.

Savvius looks to help security teams with forensic investigations

Savvius, Inc. is looking to broaden its user base for OmniPeek 10, the company’s latest major update to its software for network performance diagnostics and troubleshooting, by appealing to security teams with features to help with their investigations.

Savvius Raises Bar for Network Forensics Software with Omnipeek 10

WALNUT CREEK, Calif – November. 1, 2016 – Savvius, Inc., leader in network analytics for performance diagnostics and security investigations, today announced a major upgrade to Omnipeek®, its best-in-class software for network performance diagnostics and troubleshooting, and now with version 10, security investigations. Omnipeek 10 dramatically streamlines network troubleshooting and security investigations using powerful packet data […]