Endace and Kemp Technologies announced a technology partnership to help security, network and application teams dramatically reduce network investigation and incident response times while improving accuracy.
The enhanced network flow metadata generation and intelligent traffic monitoring that Kemp’s Flowmon Probes provide now integrates with the EndaceProbe’s definitive, packet-level forensics. Security, network and application teams can accelerate investigation and resolution of incidents and threats by combining rich metadata, intelligent traffic monitoring and a complete packet-level history of network activity.
Kemp’s Flowmon Probe generates intelligent network flow data and telemetry by analyzing network traffic. Kemp’s Flowmon Collector aggregates this metadata and displays it in the Kemp Flowmon Monitoring Center and Anomaly Detection System (ADS) dashboards.
Analysts can now examine detected security incidents using EndaceProbe’s Pivot-to-Vision integration capability for a single click to focus on the related packets and analyze related traffic – such as lateral movement, command-and-control, or data exfiltration. In addition, Kemp’s Flowmon Probes can be hosted on EndaceProbe hardware appliances, enabling customers to easily extend Kemp Flowmon visibility across EndaceProbe deployments without truck rolls or additional hardware deployments.
“Kemp Flowmon rich network flow data integrated with Endace’s 100% accurate, always-on packet recording lets customers detect and respond to security and network threats more quickly, effectively and efficiently,” said Pavel Minařík, CTO at Kemp Technologies.
“The complete network evidence that Kemp Flowmon and EndaceProbe provide gives teams the full context they need to quickly and accurately determine the scope and severity of security threats. This insight enables our customers to prioritize and respond swiftly to the most threatening of cybersecurity events,” said Stuart Wilson, CEO of Endace. “We are very pleased to welcome Kemp Technology into our Fusion Partner ecosystem.”