ATLANTA April 30, 2012 Lancope, Inc. Central Michigan University Campus Technology Forum May 2, 2012 Long Beach, Calif. Tuesday, May 1 10:40 a.m. PDT http://events.campustechnology.com/Events/CT-Forum-Conference/Sessions/Tuesday/T06-IT-Consumerization.aspx
Wells will co-present the Campus Technology Forum session with Ryan Laus, network manager for CMU. Laus has more than 10 years of industry experience, and is currently in charge of network security, incident response and network infrastructure planning for the university.
Based on the sophisticated analysis of NetFlow, IPFIX and other flow data from existing network infrastructure, StealthWatch provides comprehensive, end-to-end visibility at a fraction of the cost of other monitoring solutions. Advanced features including identity and application awareness further expedite troubleshooting for both external threats as well as internal concerns such as the use of peer-to-peer file-sharing applications.
"NetFlow analysis is a very powerful tool that gives our network engineers the information they need to resolve problems," said Laus. "With limited staff responsible for monitoring, securing and optimizing such a large network, StealthWatch provides us with much needed visibility to do our jobs faster and more effectively."
Join Lancope and CMU to learn how to identify anomalies across your entire network, and hear real-world examples of how CMU uses StealthWatch and other utilities to guard against attacks from both wired and wireless devices. Lancope will also exhibit its StealthWatch System at the event.
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