Recently, Niagara Networks formally announced its Majestics Partner Program in North America targeting the regional VAR, system integrator, consultant, and MSP. The network visibility market is primed for an alternative solution that brings
Caltech has an amazing history of scientific discoveries and breakthroughs. For many people Caltech is synonymous with “rocket science.” The institute was the first to discover gravitational waves and the existence of a ninth planet.
Nowadays, defending against asymmetrical cyber warfare using the old paradigm of focusing on North-South traffic is no longer valid. Attackers have discipline, creativity and more aggressive plans as the attack surface continues to expand with
Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are leading a battle against a moving target battle. Many attackers keenly innovate and can change tactics almost immediately. With the global cost of cybercrime reaching some $6 trillion annually by
Spine-and-leaf data center architecture has been a major benefit to network designers trying to keep up with ever-increasing business demands. You’re tasked with supporting data-heavy applications, bandwidth-hungry communications systems,
One of the greatest impediments that security teams face in dealing with escalating threats and increasing data breaches is the lack of agility. While new security technologies and solutions come on the market quickly, security teams have been
As part of the Niagara Network Partner Showcase series, we introduce our partner’s solution and elucidate the optimization and added value achieved by combining Niagara’s and our partner’s offering together.
The Port Mirroring or SPAN (Switched Port Analyzer) method of monitoring network traffic has been the perennial focus of network visibility. With port mirroring enabled, the switch sends a copy of all network packets seen on one port (or an
The right approach to network monitoring and analysis can make all the difference in cutting costs and improving ROI across your business. That’s why the market for network analytics is worth over $3 billion.
There was a time when simply deploying network taps in place of SPAN ports put you ahead of the game when in terms of network visibility. In recent years, we’re seeing more and more IT managers shift from single-device network visibility