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Garland Technology is committed to educating the benefits of having a strong foundation of network visibility and access. By providing this insight we protect the security of data across your network and beyond.

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The TAP into Technology blog provides the latest news and insights on network access and visibility, including: network security, network monitoring and appliance connectivity and guest blogs from Industry experts and technology partners

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Our extensive technology partnership ecosystem solves critical problems when it comes to network security, monitoring, application analysis, forensics and packet inspection.

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How an MDR Service Provider Selects the Best Visibility Vendors

As more organizations use managed detection and response (MDR) services, Garland Technology decided to find out how an MDR Service Provider selects the best vendors to partner with. Sherri Lloyd, Strategic Partner Manager at Garland Technology recently spoke with CyberESI’s Director of Commercial Security Services, Regina Sheridan about this topic. CyberESI is a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) that focuses on expanding cybersecurity needs for midsize enterprises.
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TAP THE NETWORK, TAP A KEG

on 4/16/20 8:00 AM By | John Matthews | 0 Comments | Network Visibility/Monitoring Technology Partners
In today's IT environments, everything is interconnected, and here at ExtraHop, we believe that the best source for visibility into how those interconnected tools are functioning as a whole, is the network. We believe this—not because the network is the first thing everyone blames when there's a problem, even though it is—but because it's the single common denominator for every digital interaction. No matter what tools—third-party or otherwise—are being used in your environment, they all traverse the network at some point. Anytime you, as a user, interact with technology, it has to traverse the network. That's why I'm fond of saying "If you can TAP a Network, you can TAP a keg."
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Why You Need Cloud Performance Monitoring For Network Visibility

on 3/19/20 8:00 AM By | Boris Rogier | 0 Comments | Technology Partners Cloud Solutions
By moving workloads to a cloud IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) platform, you may think your infrastructure layers are completely outsourced, including the network side, and don’t need cloud performance monitoring.  You might also assume that since you’re not managing the network layer, you can keep using your current on-premise data center network visibility tools and don’t need to deploy a cloud traffic-specific monitoring solution.  There are specific reasons why you will need to have cloud traffic analysis capabilities. Some reasons are old. Some are new and have come with the ubiquitous presence that is the cloud. Let’s start with the old ones, the reasons you had network monitoring in place within your traditional  environment, which remain valid in the cloud:
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Building a Modern Observability Stack with Garland, Corelight, and Humio

on 2/13/20 8:00 AM By | Garland Technology | 0 Comments | Network Security Technology Partners
From Packets to Logs to Dashboards   Beginning with packets In its most basic form, data travels across the internet in packets — each carrying a maximum of 1,500 bytes — until they reach a pre-determined destination. As packets arrive, the network receiving the data assembles the packets like a puzzle, recreating the message. Today, data transmission involves unprecedented volumes of data at increasing speeds. And with initiatives like the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing, new layers of complexity emerge from the ever-widening diversity of communication protocols. Having full visibility of all network data is critical to securing your business and keeping complex systems operational. Incident responders rely on network data as a foundational source of truth to resolve security alerts, but common network data sources either fail to provide the full picture or make storing and searching the full picture too difficult and cost-prohibitive to scale. Without comprehensive and readily-actionable network data provided in real time, it can take incident responders hours or even days to diagnose and resolve a single security alert.
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Networking News [Hospital Breaches Prove Fatal + California Privacy Laws]

Here are some snippets of news and stories happening around the technological world and how it can affect the industry as a whole. For the month of November,  we will be focusing on effects on hospital breaches, tips to avoid network downtime for CyberMonday and many more.
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4 Ways to Achieve Reliable Security in an Enterprise Network

on 11/14/19 8:00 AM By | Jason Drewniak | 0 Comments | Network Visibility/Monitoring Technology Partners
How do you bring more security and reliability to your own network in a responsible manner? Garland Technology partnered with Flowmon to address the ongoing challenges that defy these exact questions. Together, we have identified a responsible and reliable solution that recognizes no matter how large or complex the environment is, companies may have minimal budget and personnel to dedicate to solving these network challenges. Let’s explore the key ways to achieve this added security and reliability. 
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