We hope to see you at the Seattle Data Connectors Conference where we will be exhibiting. Stop by Patrick Crowley's discussion on how our advanced security solutions overcome the gaps traditional security tools like IDS/IPS and next-gen firewalls leave in the face of today’s threats.
Securing virtual private clouds becomes more critical every day. Observable Networks demonstrates its continuing commitment to that mission by achieving Advanced Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network (APN).Continue Reading
Observable’s founder and CTO Patrick Crowley has written a provocative new whitepaper, which analyzes both the achievement of Amazon Web Services (AWS) in assuring security in the cloud, and the challenges that remain for Amazon, its partners, and their customers.Continue Reading
Observable detects all types of security-related issues, including multiple types of alerts in the “data loss prevention” category. These are aimed at identifying instances when a user (or an attacker) might have transferred files or data outside the local network without authorization. Read this post to learn more.Continue Reading
We hope to see you at the Pheonix Data Connectors Conference where we will be exhibiting. Stop by Patrick Crowley's discussion on how the evolving security landscape requires we re-examination tools traditionally used to protect our networks.Continue Reading
Learn what happens when Observable sends you an alert so you will be able to react to it properly. This post describes how to use the Observable web portal to research a set of suspicious connections.Continue Reading
Because we focus on advanced threat detection, around this time of year, I take in what happened in terms of network security during the past year and look ahead into the next year. Below are some of my observations.Continue Reading
To combat insider threats, customers of Amazon Web Service, Azure and the other public cloud vendors need cybersecurity that autonomously recognizes unusual behavior.Continue Reading