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The 101 Series: Quick Connect Tips for Inline Security Appliances

on 4/11/19 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network TAPs In Band Security Appliances The 101 Series
You just bought a brand new inline security appliance—a next-gen firewall, intrusion prevention system (IPS), data leakage prevention (DLP) system or web application firewall—and you’re ready to deploy it in your network. But then it sits in a box for months because you look at the network design and can’t decide where the new appliance will fit in. The whole point of an inline security appliance is to actively analyze every bit, byte and packet® you send to it—let’s go over the keys to connecting your new inline security appliance for optimal network access. 
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The Role of Bypass Solutions in a Network Visibility Fabric

Designing complete network visibility solutions takes more than just Network TAPs and Network Packet Brokers at key points in the access and aggregation layers of the network. With network security being more important than ever before, today’s network visibility fabrics also must supply traffic to inline security tools such as a next-gen firewall, WAF, or IPS to protect critical parts of the network.
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Complete Network Visibility: Your First Line of Defense

Cyber attacks have become more persistent and sophisticated, leaving security professionals tasked with bolstering the network’s edge with a layer of complex security devices; each responsible for detecting, stopping, and analyzing specific types of threats.
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How to Analyze Traffic Before and After Your Inline Device

It’s a well known fact that financial institutions are the biggest target of data breaches, with that single sector comprising 35% of all data breaches worldwide.  With billions of dollars at stake, companies are realizing that they must take every step necessary in order to secure their critical infrastructure from a breach. Taking these extra steps to protect their network is important in order to secure confidential customer data, and protect their reputation, and bottom line in case a breach does occur.  
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Network Security Starts with EdgeLens

on 3/7/19 8:00 AM By | Ben Cowan | 0 Comments | Network Security In Band Security Appliances
Designed to redefine how you secure the edge of your network, Garland Technology is excited to announce the launch of our new, high density EdgeLens®, an inline security packet broker that is purpose-built to manage the network’s edge.
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Optimize your Network Design for Intrusion Detection Systems

on 10/25/18 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network Design In Band Security Appliances
With today’s heightened threat levels, many companies are shoring up their defenses and adding an intrusion detection system (IDS) to their security stacks. By constantly monitoring network and system activities for malicious activity or policy violations, IDS applications can alert security administrators to breaches that may otherwise go undetected. Knowing that an IDS is only is good as the information it receives, how do you physically connect the IDS to the network to ensure that it receives 100% of the traffic?
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