Latest Network forensics Stories

2008-10-21 09:00:26

Solera Networks, a provider of innovative network forensics solutions, today announced industry veteran and Managing Director of Blueprint Ventures, George Hoyem, has joined the company's Board of Directors. Hoyem's involvement speaks to the unique nature of and potential for Solera Networks' technology in the burgeoning market for new network forensics solutions designed to support both physical and virtual environments. "I think of Solera Networks as having a 'TiVo(R)' for the network...

2008-09-17 09:00:27

Interop -- Solera Networks, a provider of innovative network forensics software and search appliances, today announced the Solera Networks Capture Stack, the company's core, award-winning capture technology, is now available to network security and monitoring tool OEMs for immediate use. In addition, the company announced that several OEMs are already integrating the technology. The Capture Stack allows anyone to integrate context and time into their existing network management and security...

2008-09-10 09:00:25

Solera Networks, a provider of innovative network traffic capture and search appliances that record and archive a complete record of data-in-motion, today named security industry veteran Joe Levy as the company's Chief Technology Officer. Levy, a recognized expert and author on network security issues, joined the firm from Canopy Ventures, where in his role as technologist-in-residence, he served as an advisor to Canopy's portfolio companies, including Solera Networks. As CTO, Levy will...

2008-08-05 03:00:22

By Augie Frost, The Oklahoman Aug. 5--You may think you deleted that file from your computer. You might think emptying the recycle bin will erase it forever. But deep in the recesses of your hard drive, the file remains intact and can be found -- by someone who knows how to look. The same is true for any device that stores data electronically, such as printers, cell phones and answering machines. That saved one Oklahoma City detective who accidentally deleted a key confession from...

2008-06-24 09:02:39

WildPackets, Inc., a leading provider of network and application analysis solutions, today announced the Omnipliance SuperCore - the industry's most extensible data recording solution for full-duplex 10-Gigabit network analysis and forensics. SuperCore provides network engineers unprecedented, real-time and post-capture visibility into remote network segments. Complex networks are no longer limited to the Global 200 - mid-market organizations now need to monitor, manage and optimize...

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