• April 26, 2010
  • North America

Lancope to Discuss How to Gain Virtual Network Visibility with NetFlow-based StealthWatch System at InfoSecurity Europe 2010

ATLANTA AND LONDON (InfoSecurity Europe 2010) – April 26, 2010 – Lancope, Inc., the leader in NetFlow™ collection and analysis and the provider of the StealthWatch® System for flow-based network performance and security monitoring, today announced that it will deliver “Eliminate Network Blind Spots Created By Virtualization & Improve ROI” at InfoSecurity Europe 2010. Despite many benefits, server virtualization also introduces new challenges for monitoring and securing networks. Because virtual machine-to-virtual machine (VM2VM) communications inside a physical server cannot be monitored by traditional network and security devices, the lack of virtual visibility complicates problem identification and delays resolution, potentially reducing the ROI associated with virtualization. In this session at InfoSecurity Europe 2010, Lancope will discuss how to gain virtual visibility using NetFlow to monitor virtual networks and how to mitigate via the VM infrastructure to resolve virtual network incidents.

Who: David Salter, Senior Systems Engineer, Lancope
What: Eliminate Network Blind Spots Created By Virtualization & Improve ROI
Date/Time: Tuesday, 27 Apr 2010 at 10:00 a.m. – 10:25 a.m
Where: InfoSecurity Europe Conference 2010 Technical Theatre Earls Court, London, UK http://www.infosec.co.uk/

Attendees will learn how to:
• Protect the cost savings gained by migrating to the virtual environment
• Identify when a virtual server is generating an excessive amount of traffic
• Determine services consumed or served by each VM
• Secure VMs without introducing undue administrative burden or performance issues
• Track and identify network events that trigger VMotion

For more information about how StealthWatch monitors, secures and optimizes virtual and physical networks, visit Lancope Stand E24 at Infosecurity Europe 2010.

About Lancope
Lancope®, Inc. is the leader in NetFlow collection and analysis and the provider of the StealthWatch® System for flow-based network performance and security monitoring. StealthWatch delivers unmatched scalability, best-in-class problem resolution work flow, and the industry’s only unified platform for managing network, security and virtual operations. Delivering unified visibility across physical and virtual networks, StealthWatch eliminates network blind spots and reduces total network and security management costs. Both OPSEC and Common Criteria-certified, StealthWatch monitors the networks of Global 2000 organizations, academic institutions and government entities worldwide. Lancope also partners with fellow best-of-breed solution providers through its Technology Alliance Program, which includes Cisco Systems, Brocade, Blue Coat, VMware, IBM Tivoli, Check Point, TippingPoint, ArcSight and A10 Networks. Lancope is a privately held, venture-backed company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit http://www.lancope.com/.

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