With so many sophisticated and determined attackers trying to infiltrate your network, you know that searching for a silver bullet to stop them all isn’t a practical strategy. In fact, smart security analysts couple different solutions in order to provide themselves with maximum exposure. But the whole is only greater than the sum of the parts when the parts actually work together in a logical and helpful manner. Each individual tool may do a great job within their limited scope, but when you combine their functionality together you can significantly expand their possibilities.
Many security vulnerabilities, even when properly documented, are difficult to find in your own network. Perhaps the attackers are using a variation to get around signatures, or you might actually have it well blocked, but you still can’t see whether bad folks are trying to get at you through this vulnerability. Every security analyst has been in the situation where over night information has come out about a very serious vulnerability. The goal becomes determining if your network is protected, and if not, did someone use the vulnerability to breach your system and how are you going to find them at this point? Learn how National Instruments uses LYNXeon to make the invisible visible.