Copenhagen, Denmark (ots)
- Netlogger Cyber Threat Management
(CTM) Introduces New Network Attack-Detection, Attack-Management and
Repair Functions for High- Speed Networks
The Netlogger CTM enables detection of known and unknown types of
network attacks, using known detection methods and propriety Unispeed
network monitoring algorithms. A demonstration of the new tool will
be given at the upcoming CeBIT 2003 show in Hannover, Germany at the
"Denmark Stand" in hall 3, stand A17.
Netlogger CTM does not replace the traditional firewall, but
provides supplementary protection, which can prevent and limit the
damage when somebody finds unsuspected ways into the network. "A
firewall can prevent known types of attacks on a network, but the
most severe damage occurs when hackers utilize new or unknown methods
to break in," says Casper Wilstrup, CTO. "Netlogger CTM can detect an
attack that is in progress even if the specific nature or purpose of
the attack is unknown."
Netlogger CTM technology, based on Unispeed's popular Netlogger
Suite 2, is designed to simplify the implementation of network
security monitoring. "Even the best protected networks can be
breached if the attack type is new and unknown to normal security
devices. With the Netlogger CTM chances of catching or blocking such
penetrating traffic is a lot higher," says Morten L. Jensen,
Executive Vice President of Unispeed. "Unispeed Netlogger CTM is easy
to configure and use, and give network owners early alert on
potential problems," continues Morten L. Jensen.
Netlogger CTM also simplifies the "disaster recovery" process.
When an attack is detected, all activity on the network is
automatically recorded in industry standard formats, aiding the
subsequent clean up process. "These traffic recordings determine what
took place up to and during the attack or break-in. This is vital for
forensic work, and helps determine which data or resources were
affected," says Casper Wilstrup.
About Unispeed A/S
Unispeed A/S is a Danish-owned technology company that develops
and delivers hardware and software for monitoring, securing and
logging network traffic to some of the world's largest Internet
portals and enterprises. The company was established in 2000 and has
offices in Europe and the USA.
For further information about Unispeed, visit www.unispeed.com
ots Original Text Service: Unispeed Inc. USA
Morten L. Jensen
Company: Unispeed Inc. USA