DDoS attacks are not new, but they are ever evolving. This article takes a look at the Greatest Hits of 2013 so far and breaks them down.
Are you concerned about DDoS attacks? Well you should be. The MSS is working hard to stop them in your network. Find out how.
Patch Tuesday each month is when Microsoft releases all of it’s latest security patches for new vulnerabilities in it’s software. Emerging Threats publishes this post to show which of those vulnerabilities are covered and how.
Emerging Threats Patch Tuesday
Find out more about how Emerging Threats helps make MetaFlows the strongest IDS/IPS system available.
So maybe it is not entirely new, but the tech world always loves a new iPhone launch.
TechNewsWorld: Apple Mixes It Up with Sleek, Splashy iPhones
The MetaFlows Security System is well equipped to detect and help protect- or protect against- those pesky ‘outsider’ devices.
The idea behind this Innovator’s service is that one can place sensors strategically around an enterprise and send the outputs to the cloud where advanced processing performs a host of security functions to result in more efficient, faster and more accurate functions than doing the same ones on-premises. Add global intelligence gathering to give depth and breadth to the core data available and you have the MetaFlows Security System (MSS).
In terms of Network Security, SC Magazine knows how to zero in on the important. As part of their end of year review of the best products, they felt inclined to mention us. And not just mention us, but review us.
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…
Welcome to the MetaFlows Blog’s First Feature of the Month!
This month, we thought we would start things off right by spotlighting our proprietary, groundbreaking Soft IPS technology.
The long and short of it: Soft IPS enables you to block threatening traffic passively, or not in line. The benefits to being able to effectively stop threats without being in line are many. For starters, your security is more secure- it isn’t a threat in itself and your network can continue uninterrupted. No firewall modifications are needed after every major event and threats can be blocked in real time!
But HOW?! If you are more technically inclined, please read on to see how, through reverse engineering the Great Wall of China, we are able to make accomplish such things!
MetaFlows’ Soft IPS technology blocks unwanted traffic in passive mode. MetaFlows’ Soft IPS does this by injecting spoofed TCP packets into the network to disrupt unwanted communications. This idea (also employed by the Great Firewall of China) is coupled with a new algorithm that will safely predict what traffic to block based on observed communication patterns
Uses powerful active response technology to block unwanted traffic (Bots, spyware, P2P, etc..) and actively learns which hosts on a network need to be isolated.
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