Logs are no help when you're hosting hackers. How do you stay secure?

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Gigamon's Stephen Goudreault, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer and Marc Edun, Sr. Sales Engineer

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Unfortunately, your security tools can’t see everything. Smart as they are, security and observability tools that aren’t fed network-derived intelligence and insights can’t see everything, which gives unseen threats plenty of time and space to cause trouble. Logs record traffic, but observers can’t validate if lateral movement is disguised as standard traffic. Logs only see part of the picture. Augmenting log-based tools with network-level intelligence derived from packets, flows, and application metadata extends their value and enables organizations to detect previously unseen threats. What is missing across the board is application and protocols visibility. Join us for this educational webinar to see how Deep Observability exposes previously unseen threats. We will discuss: - Logging can't report applications and protocols in motion on the network. - An easy way for bad guys to avoid detection - Non-standard port usage - Why CloudOps doesn’t want NetOps in on the planning - Can this even be solved?
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