NIKSUN Unveils NetDetector/NetVCR - Full-Function Security Protection

Published on: 05-04-2005

NIKSUN, INC., the world leader in real-time enterprise network surveillance solutions today announced the NetDetector/NetVCR. The ready-to-deploy appliance offers customers a complete range of network security and performance monitoring tools that track, capture, and analyze the root-cause of any security or network incidents. NIKSUN’s full-function appliance powerful network surveillance functions are available via an easy-to-use web interface enabling users to protect information rich enterprise networks from problems such as:

  • Unauthorized Access to Information
  • Denial of Service
  • Proprietary Information Theft
  • Telecom Fraud
  • Financial Fraud

The NIKSUN NetDetector/NetVCR 2005 full-function appliance includes real- time alerting on security and performance-related events. Network traffic is captured and archived at Gigabit rates enabling full forensics analysis of events as they occur. The appliance also offers full reconstruction of events and applications, including HTTP, FTP, Telnet, email, and IM chat. Users are quickly alerted to any suspicious activity or network incident. Detailed security and performance reports, generated on-demand or scheduled, can be viewed and emailed. Flexible data management enables the data to be archived and exported to external servers. All the functions can be customized to meet individual user requirements for use in LAN, MAN, and WAN environments. "With the growing speed, sophistication, and convergence of network services and applications, customers require integrated and scalable surveillance solutions that capture and resolve any event, security or performance-related, from a single appliance," said Dr. Parag Pruthi, Founder, Chairman & CEO of NIKSUN. "NIKSUN's full-function appliance provides comprehensive surveillance capabilities while reducing total cost of ownership by replacing multiple devices with a powerful, integrated and easy-to-use solution."

  • Virus/Worms
  • Insider Network Abuse
  • System Penetration


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