Please see the interview with Observable's CEO Bryan Doerr speaking with Robert Scoble about Observable Networks's endpoint monitoring and the best setup for new networks to come, including IoT, which has deep security problems.
In 30 minutes or so you will learn a ton about how corporate and/or datacenter security will be done.
Options, the leading managed service and IT infrastructure provider to the global capital markets industry, has today announced it has partnered with Observable Networks, the security analytics specialist, to provide dynamic endpoint modeling for client networks as part of its managed security offering.Continue Reading
Observable Networks today announced an agreement with Schneider Electric to provide Observable Networks’ Dynamic Endpoint Modeling, a critical threat defense service, for Schneider Electric’s networked solutions in North America.Continue Reading
Today's realities such as end-to-end encryption, device proliferation, and increasing attacker sophistication call for a new approach to securing our networks.
Insights Success Magazine includes Observable Networks in their list of their "IS 20 Most Valuable Enterprise Security Companies". Read on to learn more.
By Insights Success Magazine
Observable Networks today announced two new additions to their growing executive team. Ron Sterbenz was named Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Marketing and eCommerce and Jim Reilly was appointed Vice President of Sales. “Ron and Jim bring decades of technology go-to-market experience to our management team and add needed leadership and depth essential to our continued growth,” said Bryan Doerr, chief executive officer of Observable Networks.Continue Reading
Observable Networks' today announced the availability of its Dynamic Endpoint Modeling solution on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. The AWS Marketplace is a channel that enables AWS partners to offer technology solutions that run on the AWS cloud.Continue Reading
As Observable Networks founder Patrick Crowley explains, aging monitoring techniques have not caught up with evolving security standards, endpoint modeling offers a different path to identifying bad actors.
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Observable today announced extensions to the Observable Network Appliance (ONA) source code, which are available as an open source project under the Apache version 2.0 license. Observable Networks has always published the source of ONA’s IP traffic metadata collection software, and today’s announcement is the next step in Observable’s commitment to understanding device roles and behaviors within networks.Continue Reading
A new feature within Observable Networks’ Dynamic Endpoint Modeling solution now lets customers monitor network activity on virtual servers using Amazon Web Services (AWS).Continue Reading