Discover NetFlow attacks before they do serious damage.
A single exploit may take seconds for an experienced hacker, but large-scale cyber breaches often take them time. They have to sift through your systems for valuable data, then find a way to extract it. Diagnose these activities early, and you have a chance against attackers.
With Verizon Network Threat Monitoring, you can identify an early-stage attack before it becomes a serious breach. As one of the world’s largest internet service providers, we combine the visibility of our own IP network traffic with information from many security disciplines. Based on these network monitoring tools and NetFlow data samples, we can see traffic going to suspicious locations in and around your network.
What is Network Threat Monitoring?
Network Threat Monitoring leverages our ownership of one of the world’s largest IP networks. By sampling NetFlow traffic and usage, and comparing it to our extensive threat library, we can decipher suspicious patterns and potential security gaps that may be early indicators of a compromise, network problem or misconfiguration.
Features & benefits
With Network Threat Monitoring, you can better analyze your network’s activity and compare that data with Verizon’s extensive threat library to spot attacks before they become a major problem. Other features and benefits include:
- Sampling. Review troves of data packets using NetFlow monitoring tools
- Dashboard. Flag issues early with a detailed, online overview of incidents
- Early alerts. Get the data you need to stop a threat
- Support. Solve urgent issues with the help of Verizon security analysts
years of security experience
security events processed yearly (on average)
years as a Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader*
Security Operations Centers worldwide
*Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide, Toby Bussa, Kelly M. Kavanagh, Sid Deshpande, Pete Shoard, February 2018
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