Lancope Announces StealthWatch 5.7

New version significantly extends value of behavior-based anomaly detection and network performance monitoring across the enterprise

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 7, 2007

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ATLANTA -- Lancope®, Inc., the provider of the StealthWatch™ System, the most widely used network behavior analysis (NBA) and response solution, today announced StealthWatch System 5.7, a system-wide upgrade that delivers powerful new features which significantly extend the value of behavior-based anomaly detection and network performance monitoring for enterprise organizations. In this latest release, StealthWatch introduces the following new capabilities that further leverage NetFlow data to provide enhanced network visibility and detailed intelligence for optimizing security and network operations.

Security Features

  • Northbound Web Services API

  • Behavioral Baselining Engine v2.0

  • Geographical Reporting and Trending

  • Host Trending

  • DHCP Server Integration

  • Document Builder

Network Operations Features

  • Quality of Service (QOS) Reporting and Trending

  • Autonomous System Reporting

  • Zone Top Ten Statistics

  • DHCP Server Integration

  • Document Builder

“The ability to correlate end-users' identities, as well as IP and MAC addresses, with anomalous network traffic patterns is important for enterprise IT security professionals,” said Phil Hochmuth, senior analyst with Yankee Group. “The addition of DHCP server and Microsoft Active Directory integration in Lancope’s StealthWatch System 5.7 allows enterprises to monitor, analyze and react to potentially harmful network activity as it occurs.”

Lancope Inc.

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