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Bivio Networks Demonstrates Real-Time Cyber Intelligence Solution

Bivio FlowIntelligence solution combines industry leading OISF Suricata IDS/IPS and Symantec DeepSight(TM) datafeeds to deliver advanced threat intelligence and analysis on high speed networks

Pleasanton, CA – April 22, 2015 – Bivio Networks, Inc. (Bivio), a developer of innovative, high-performance network security platform solutions for federal and commercial network operators and large enterprise customers, today announced that it has successfully demonstrated an advanced threat intelligence and analysis system for networks operating at speeds in excess of 10 Gbps. The system represents an industry-first integration of proven cyber security tools from the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF) and Symantec Corporation running on the Bivio Cyber Application Platform.
The demonstrated solution is part of the Bivio FlowIntelligence application suite that combines the Suricata Engine, an Open Source Next Generation Intrusion Detection and Prevention Engine, with Symantec Cyber Security: DeepSight™ Intelligence datafeeds to enable proactive cyber defense and incident response based on the industry’s largest threat collection network.
“Customers are eager to incorporate cyber tools on the Bivio platform that provide optimal visibility of network threats and malicious activities,” said Keith Glover, President, Bivio Networks. “Expanding our platform solutions with the demonstrated capabilities of Suricata and the Symantec DeepSight™ datafeeds provides more value to their cyber application platform investment.”
Bivio provides a family of high-performance, multi-application platforms that help protect and defend mission-critical environments including national defense and intelligence agencies from an ever-changing arsenal of network cyber attacks. At the foundation of the platform is a robust, secure and optimized Linux application environment that simplifies deployment of high-performance packet processing solutions for Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Network Flow Monitoring and other advanced cyber intelligence services.
The Symantec Cyber Security: DeepSight™ Intelligence datafeeds automate the application of intelligence to provide additional protection for government and enterprise networks. Delivered through a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)-based web service, the DeepSight Intelligence datafeeds offer actionable intelligence on IP addresses and domains/URLs exhibiting malicious activity such as malware distribution, and botnet command and control server communication.
“The DeepSight Intelligence datafeeds make existing security infrastructure more cost-effective and productive,” said Rob Potter, Vice President Public Sector and Healthcare, Symantec. “The demonstrated integration with the Suricata IDS/IPS on the Bivio cyber application platform ensures that the solution will remain up-to-date on the latest threats and exposures.”
Additional Information
Representatives from Bivio Networks and Symantec Corporation will be available to discuss the demonstration and related products at the RSA Conference 2015, April 20-24, in San Francisco, CA, or by contacting the Bivio systems engineering team at [email protected].
For more information about the Bivio cyber application platform, visit www.bivio.net/products/.
For more information about OISF and the Suricata IDS/IPS, visit www.openinfosecfoundation.org.
For more information about Symantec Cyber Security: DeepSight™ Intelligence datafeeds, visit www.symantec.com/deepsight-products/.
About Bivio Networks
Founded in 2000, Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking products that enable government agencies and service providers to control, monitor and secure critical network infrastructure. A leader in cyber intelligence, cyber security and network control solutions, Bivio has deployed its products in a wide range of environments. Bivio’s global customer base includes leading defense department and intelligence agencies, service providers and enterprises. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit www.bivio.net.
Symantec is a registered trademark of Symantec Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Media Contact Information:
Greg Kopchinski
Marketing Manager, Bivio Networks
4457 Willow Road, Ste 240
Pleasanton, CA  94588
P: 925-924-8641
E: [email protected]

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