“An IPS on Steroids: MetaFlows Security System”
The secret behind the MetaFlows Security System (MSS) is that it really is a hybrid application. It collects data on the network and acts on malicious activity. So far, this is just about the same as any intrusion prevention system (IPS). But don’t be fooled. This is not just any IPS. Because it is a hybrid application – local and cloud-based – users get a lot of benefit from the cloud piece that are not available from a standard IPS. For example, a typical IPS gets its updates at whatever update interval the vendor determines. The updates usually are based on the efforts of the vendor’s threat assessment laboratory. Not so for MSS.
Peter Stephenson’s First Look at the MSS
CNN discusses the rise of Cyber attacks and how war has now gained another frontier.
SEA: Syria Electronic Army- Report from CNN
First Wave of A Bigger War?
Find out more about how MetaFlows is working to protect companies from foreign threats, and could likely have stopped the recent meltdowns at the New York Times.
Creating a security culture is not easy, but it is definitely beneficial. Click the link for some helpful and interesting points.
Dear CSO, do you know how to build security culture?
With so many points of access to your network, you need manageable visibility and protection, especially if you do not have a strong security culture.
Something to keep in mind for those without tight Policy violation monitoring
Fake Facebook “Pages you might like” emails deliver malware.
We all agree that the biggest threat is often user negligence, and since you can not control every user in your network like a marionette (unfortunately), then malware is a network security issue. But it is one that can be solved…
An Interesting Article about why malware detection and prevention is so relevant, and how it is only becoming more so.
Malware sophistication worries IT leaders.
… As it should. Are you a worried IT leader? Click here to find out more about how you can successfully defeat Malware in your network.