Improving Network Security Threat Detection


Improving Network Security Threat Detection

Collecting security-related information is one thing. Getting the most benefit from that data is another. Security analysts get lots of alerts from their security tools. This forces them to prioritize the ones that will get investigated. When additional context is added to the security data, it makes it easier to see what traffic needs a closer look.

For instance, discovery, forensics, and remediation all require correlation analysis among the different tools that perform different functions. Correlation analysis becomes easier when all of the network tools get reliable access to relevant traffic at the same time. Enhancing that traffic with context makes it faster for security analysts to get the most from their tools.

Read this white paper to learn:

  • How data context can improve security monitoring and threat detection
  • The 3 problems with identifying applications by port number
  • The 3 benefits of real application intelligence in your network
  • The differences between application filtering and application intelligence and why application intelligence is superior
  • How a security architecture with application intelligence works to identify known and unknown applications