Alerts spike from your IDS/IPS and you need data now to determine what is going on. You start a frantic search for disparate sources of data, like logs and end point information, because it’s the best data that’s available from your security tools. But what if the data you really need, a complete recording of all the network data, is just a few cubes, or a server room, away?
Network data is the most valuable information when it comes to security incident analysis, and odds are the network team is already collecting that valuable data. That’s why it’s important for any security team to have a close working relationship with the network team. They can help get the data that security professionals need to reduce the likelihood, or the impact, of a breach.
Jay Botelho, Director of Product Management at Savvius, will demonstrate the value when security teams and network teams work together to provide a secure network.