Chris Bloom, Technology Evangelist at Savvius, will demonstrate how ELK dashboards can be used to provide long-term visibility into wireless networks.View Webinar
Savvius Omnipeek 10 is the first version of Omnipeek that includes features specifically designed for rapid, efficient security investigations. Jay Botelho, Director of Products at Savvius, will demonstrate how Omnipeek can be used to conduct an effective security Investigation.View Webinar
Jay Botelho, Director of Products at Savvius, will demonstrate how network packet data can lead to valuable, often hidden, data that can illuminate application performance issues, and make you the hero.View Webinar
In 2016 we saw major breaches of companies, such as those at Yahoo, LinkedIn, and Verizon. A quick response and resolution could have significantly limited the damage. If your company was breached would you be prepared?View Webinar
Jay Botelho and Chris Bloom will examine the importance of bringing POS systems into the network visibility family, and what to do with the data once you have it.View Webinar
Detailed network analysis, sometimes down to the packet level, is typically considered highly complex, and left to experienced network engineers. But network data can be used to address a host of issues, including security investigations, application performance, compliance, and many others. It all depends on processing and presenting the network data in ways that other specialists understand.View Webinar
Chris Bloom, Technology Evangelist at Savvius, will demonstrate the benefits of using ELK as a SIEM, and how the ELK stack on a packet capture appliance provides a powerful view of security events and the network data surrounding them.View Webinar
Chris Bloom, Technology Evangelist at Savvius, will demonstrate the value of using ELK to visualize network data and gain valuable insights that can help improve IT operations.View Webinar
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 itís the best data thatís 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?View Webinar
Chris Bloom, Savvius Technology Evangelist, will discuss why Multi-Segment Analysis can be your starting point for measuring latency on your network links and how Savvius Insight can provide valuable visibility into remote office networks.View Webinar
Exponential growth in the size and number of enterprise networks is overwhelming many organizations. IT and Security professionals more than ever need the right resources to proactively monitor, analyze, and investigate their network and security concerns. With the accumulation of big data, analytics slow considerably, resulting in sluggish insights. And this becomes a serious business problem leading to the question: how do you scale while increasing valuable business insights?View Webinar
Portable, on-demand analysis is not efficient or effective in today's highly-distributed wireless networks. You need a 24x7 WLAN analysis solution to troubleshoot anytime and from anywhere. Preferably, from your office.
Did you know 80% of organizations receiving 500 or more severe/critical alerts per day currently investigate less than 1% of those alerts?
Jay Botelho, Director of Product Management at Savvius will discuss the recent Savvius sponsored EMA report, Achieving High-Fidelity Security. The research highlights the obstacles companies must overcome collecting and utilizing data for network and endpoint security programs.View Webinar
Learn how to accelerate your breach investigations. Guest speaker Douglas Hurd of Cisco Security Technical Alliances discusses with Savvius CTO Mandana Javaheri how you can intelligently store relevant packet data from the hundreds or thousands of security alerts you receive every day, to make the data available when you need it for breach investigations even months after the breach.View Webinar
Most breach investigations start at a serious disadvantage. Even if actual network traffic is available for investigation the second a security alert is triggered, the critical packets that caused the alert are long gone before data collection begins. What if there was a way to look at the precious packets that were sent and received even a minute before the actual breach took place? You would be able to more quickly and precisely know the breadth and depth of the breach.View Webinar
During events like March Madness, the performance of your applications, and the network they are running on, will be put to the test. When there are issues, you need to be aware of them and troubleshoot quickly. In these critical moments, itís necessary to have immediate insight into the problems.
Don't wait for the phone call.View Webinar
Most breach investigations start with the victim organization looking from behind the attack, usually based on an alert from an appliance or other security solution. If there were a way to look at the precious packets that were sent and received even a minute before the actual exploit or breach took place, we would be able to more quickly and precisely answer the questions of who, when, and what as related to the breach.
What if there were a way to not only look back in time at those packets, but also parse out and be left with just the ones related to the attack?View Webinar
Join Larry Zulch President & CEO of Savvius and renowned security investigator Keatron Evans for a webcast on strategies for storing the network packets you need and how to effectively use the information they provide to reduce the time required to resolve and understand breaches.View Webinar