An innovative NTA-based approach helps cybersecurity solution providers deliver clients with better protection against malicious activities, hence optimizing costs.
FREMONT, CA: Enea has launched Qosmos Probe 2.1, a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) sensor, enabling advanced cyber threat detection and forensics. The DPI sensor facilitates deep traffic intelligence, integrated into solutions for open source and commercial cybersecurity. It also allows essential global network visibility for Network Traffic Analysis (NTA), an emerging behavioral approach to network monitoring. It has built a track to detect malicious activities which existing tools miss, especially advanced persistent threats (APTs). To improve cybersecurity offerings with NTA capabilities, Managed Detection & Response (MDR), and Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) have taken measures to thwart cyberattack.
The new Qosmos Probe is designed to help leading system integrators to succeed with solutions that are NTA-enhanced. The Qosmos Probe 2.1 has made deployment and management of DPI sensors a necessity for a successful NTA. The new release provides Enea On-Device Management (ODM) software, a single, standards-based management agent to monitor and control physical and virtual network functions across a cluster of probes. The offering from Enea untangles data complexities and provides enhanced visibility into the data packets which it captures from ongoing traffic during live streaming.
Enea is a global provider of innovative software components for cybersecurity and telecommunications. The company has developed the software foundation for the connected society, providing solutions for subscriber data management, mobile traffic optimization, network virtualization, embedded operating systems, traffic classification, and professional services. It is a catalyst that creates innovative global networking products and services for systems integrators, vendors, and service providers.