You spoke and we listened!
You wanted to learn more about network forensics and cyber security, so that’s what we’ll be covering as we roll up our sleeves and take to the virtual chalkboard. (We’re also featuring Network Forensics in this month’s issue of the Peeks Newsletter, hitting inboxes November 9th. If you don’t subscribe, sign up today.)
- Wednesday, December 14th, 2011, 8:30AM PST: “Network Forensics – Your Only Choice at 10G” Think network forensics is just for security? Not with today’s 10G (and tomorrow’s 40G/100G) traffic. Network forensics is your go-to tool for examining far more common issues on your network – spikes in utilization, drops in VoIP call quality, increased latency. Jay Botelho, Director of Product Management, will share tips and tricks for using network forensics to make quick work of problems at 10G speeds.
- Thursday, January 19th, 2012, 8:30AM PST: “Your Applications Are Distributed, How About Your Network Analysis Solution?” When your applications are in the cloud or SAAS, how can you tell who’s to blame – the application or the network? Join us as we examine the technologies and approaches to best deal with today’s highly distributed network applications.
- Wednesday, February 15th, 2012, 8:30AM PST: “Cyber Security – IDS/IPS is Not Enough” Got an IDS/IPS in place? Safe from cyber threats? Not necessarily. Most of the threats today are unique, hard to predict and counteract with existing IDS/IPS solutions. Join us to learn why the only viable approach is to constantly capture all network traffic and employ Network Forensics to characterize the breach, assess the damage, prevent further compromise, and comply with corporate and legal requirements for reporting.
Be sure to let us know what you want the Spring Webinar Series to cover as these are your webinars and we want them to be as useful as possible.