SOURCE: Solera Networks

Solera Networks

December 14, 2009 08:00 ET

Solera Networks Demonstrates the Case for Network Forensics at ISSA Washington, D.C., Event

Senior Executive Peter Schlampp Discusses How to Prepare for Inevitable Cyber Attack

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - December 14, 2009) -


As recent security breaches at such high profile agencies and organizations as the White House, NSA and DHS have shown, security breaches occur despite the amount of preventative measures in place. In fact, a recent study of security professionals conducted by Solera Networks, a leading provider of network forensics products and services, showed that the industry views security breaches as inevitable, yet many are unable to determine the full scope of an incident when it occurs.

At the upcoming meeting of the National Capital Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), Peter Schlampp, vice president, Marketing and Product Management at Solera Networks, will address members on how they can best prepare to respond to these breaches when they inevitably occur.

Schlampp will discuss how an integrated, active network forensics solution can help:

   --  Expedite response to a security incident
   --  Eliminate the exposure to further risk
   --  Capture, index, record, search and replay all network traffic in
       full line rates up to 10Gbps
   --  Enable complete surveillance of all network activities with a
       complete historical record of network traffic
   --  Save organizations time and money during the process of
       identifying the source and scope of a breach

Who:   Pete Schlampp, VP, Marketing and Product Management

When:  Dec. 15, 2009
       6:30 p.m. ET

Where: 740 15th Street N.W.
       Washington, DC

Visit ISSA's Web site for additional information and to RSVP.

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