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TAP Into Technology

Leading the Way in Network Technology

Chris Lauzze

Chris started his career in the Technology Industry at Ingram Micro and is now a Territory Sales Manager at Garland Technology. Chris leads in Garland's mission in educating all organizations and individuals on the benefits of having a strong foundation of network visibility and access.

Recent Posts

Cybersecurity Threat Breakdown - April 2018

on 5/17/18 8:00 AM By | Chris Lauzze | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches
Here’s your monthly roundup of the latest hacks and data breaches around the world. In this new monthly series, we’ll share information and updates on the most recent hacks that have made headlines, including causes, resolutions, and what you can do to protect your data.
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Garland & ExtraHop Team Up To Provide Real-time Data Capture for End-to-End Visibility

on 12/14/17 8:00 AM By | Chris Lauzze | 0 Comments | Network Visibility/Monitoring Technology Partners
We recently partnered with ExtraHop, a leader in real-time IT Analytics, which gives IT Operations, Network, and Security teams comprehensive visibility across everything from network performance to website user experience. The Garland and ExtraHop platform partnership provides 100% network visibility with an end-to-end infrastructure that eliminates network blind spots. Garland’s network TAPs and packet brokers tap at the live wire for 100% packet capture. By securing the data at the physical layer through reliable network TAPs, the ExtraHop platform provides real-time application visibility to monitor, protect, block, and analyze traffic in real time, all the time.
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It’s Not Wiretapping—It’s Network Tapping

on 3/23/17 8:00 AM By | Chris Lauzze | 0 Comments | Network TAPs Network Visibility/Monitoring
We all know those old mobster movies, right? Where the cops are tapping phone lines to take down America’s most wanted criminals. Or if you need a more recent example, you can think of all of the surveillance involved in HBO’s The Wire. And then there’s the current social chatter around surveillance that we don’t have to get into. For 40 years, we’ve labeled all of these situations with the same word—wiretapping. But words matter and it’s time to get ourselves out of the 1970s. Today, it’s not wiretapping—it’s network tapping.
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