RSA Conference 2020
San Francisco | February 24-28 |
Moscone Center, North Hall, Booth Number 6265
You need to understand the risks and threats to your services and users in the moment, while increasing dependence on security offerings to automate defenses. NETSCOUT provides customers industry-leading DDoS and network monitoring and protection across the entire extended infrastructure. With early insight, accurate warning, and automated protection, our DDoS and wire data solutions assure organizations are empowered to defend against risks that threaten digital services and assets.
Our offerings provide a unique and clearer perspective:
- Deep network and application visibility built for the era of digital and data center transformation providing consistent security analytics in real time, and at scale.
- Broad global threat visibility with access to more than one third of internet traffic allowing you high-confidence threat indicators for emerging DDoS attacks across the internet.
- Real-time, smart DDoS protection spanning the network edge to provide the best security possible while moving the defense closer to the source of attack.
World-Class threat DDoS visibility and protection
Our Smart Data-driven solutions are used by the world’s largest enterprises, government agencies, and carrier service providers to confidently understand the data that traverses their networks, protect from orchestrated attacks, and accelerate digital transformation. Our industry-leading solutions are used by ninety percent of tier one service providers to detect and block cyberattacks at internet-scale.
Please join us at Booth 6265 in the North Hall of the Moscone Center to learn more about NETSCOUT.
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NETSCOUT Smart Data Visibility Combined with Arbor’s World Class DDoS Protection
Arbor Sightline with Sentinel integrates network infrastructure defense functionality and orchestrated mitigation support to deliver unparalleled protection.
First and Last Lines of Defense for Cyber Threats & DDoS
Arbor Edge Defense acts as a network perimeter threat intelligence enforcement point where it blocks in bulk, inbound cyber threats (e.g. DDoS attacks, IOCs) and outbound malicious communication - essentially acting as the first and last line of perimeter defense for an organization.
Cybersecurity Situational Awareness
Cyber Threat Horizon from NETSCOUT delivers situational awareness across the threat landscape and presents it in a way that organizations can use to understand how it impacts them. The Global DDoS Attack Map represents data from NETSCOUT’s globally deployed DDoS detection and mitigation systems.
Simplify Your Security Stack with Optimized Visibility
nGenius Packet Flow System are appliances that optimize the flow of packets from the network to the security systems.
Achieving High Fidelity in the Age of Encrypt-all
Speaker: Paul Kraus, VP Engineering, NETSCOUT; Neil Terry, Principal Software Engineer, NETSCOUT
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 26, 2020 | 4:00 PM
Location: North Briefing Center, Booth N-6545
Malware writers want their privacy too and they know better than most how to keep it! This talk will discuss the implications of Encrypted Server Name Indication (ESNI), TLS 1.3 and DNS over Https or TLS (DoH/DoT) and how the push for privacy by users and providers are forcing factors within your security teams, the tools they use and the vendors upon which they rely.
Daily, Throughout the Day
NETSCOUT Booth N-6265
Visibility Without Border
Discover the power of seamless visibility into the performance, availability, and security risks that block digital success across any network, any data center, any cloud, 5G, and more. Join us to hear a presentation about how NETSCOUT delivers and deploys security and service assurance solutions for the largest enterprises, government organizations and service providers in the world and what Visibility Without Borders means to them and their customers.
NETSCOUT Threat Report Findings
Customer-facing services and applications were targets of DDoS attacks at two-thirds of enterprises, and their own customers can act as conduits for attack. If you have a mobile phone, or run a mobile network, APT groups are bumping up mobile malware use. Come listen to more of these types of real-world threats as NETSCOUT reports on key findings from their latest Threat Report covering the second half of 2019, as well as statistics from our 15th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report.