Garland Technology ensures complete packet visibility by delivering a full platform of network TAP (test access point), inline bypass and packet broker products.
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Jim Curtin is the Co-Founder and CEO of CapStar Forensics, based in Austin, Texas. Jim has spent most of his career in the high-tech field, initially in finance and then in management. After his apprenticeship at Digital Equipment Corporation,he jumped into start-ups and small companies to introduce new infrastructure offerings and take them to larger companies and their established distribution infrastructures. Jim's goals are to keep the evolution of IT moving towards openness and efficiency, helping to drive the value-add higher and higher in the software stack while providing measurable success for customers, shareholders and employees.
One of the best ways to learn how to protect against malware is to learn how to detect malware traffic. Towards this end, we are constantly searching the Internet for as many types of malware pcaps as we can find. This blog focuses on the...
In modern cybersecurity, there are two major types of devices for protecting the edge: intrusion detection systems (IDS) and intrusion prevention systems (IPS). An IPS sits in-line, in a network, and touches on each packet to and from...