Talk Metadata to Me: How to Decode Your Network's Deepest and Darkest Secrets

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When you detect an attack you want to find out what's going on  -  f a s t ! Logs, netflow data and full-packet capture systems can provide a start, but they're not enough to trace threats back to the source. To investigate the breach and find the attacker, what's needed is historical metadata.

Download this white paper that explains what rich metadata is, how you get it and how the insights and analytics it enables can materially transform the way you detect and investigate critical security threats. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the limitations of netflow data and full-packet capture systems
  • Understand the value of rich, historical metadata and why it's vital for stopping attacks on the network
  • Learn four deep secrets that rich metadata can tell you.

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