This blog focuses on our support for Splunk Enterprise Security, which is an add-on to Splunk and widely used by security teams in an enterprise.
Infoblox is a provider of a technical threat intelligence which includes domains, FQDNs, ip-addresses and URLs. These threat intelligence indicators may be used on different platforms like NGFW, Secure Proxy, SIEM etc.
FactsLocation: United States
Industry: Federal/Public Sector
Solution: Infoblox DDI on physical and virtual appliances
The Challenge: Achieving Consistent DDI Management across On-premises and Public Cloud Networks. Infoblox DDI for AWS can help.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently issued Emergency Directive (ED) 19-01 in response to incidents involving Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure tampering. Learn how using an Infoblox environment can help protect your DNS inf...
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Managing core network services in complex, dynamic enterprise network environments is a daunting task. Infoblox Network Insight offers a powerful solution. Download Infoblox Network Insight and learn how this key component of the Infoblox DDI product suite helps improve network visibility and operat...
Security, availability, and integrity are the top three concerns regarding DNS
infrastructure. Attackers seek weakest links and pressure points to harm or illegally
exploit businesses, and by its very nature, the Domain Name System (DNS) protocol
is easy to exploit. As a result, external and inte...
Many network problems are caused by manual processes. Automate those processes with NetMRI. Read about this leading automation solution-how it can shorten the time to deploy changes, ensure up-to-date security policy enforcement, provide full network visibility in real time, and control change and c...
According to the Cisco 2014 Security Report, 100 percent of business networks
analyzed by Cisco had traffic going to websites that host malware. Another report
shows that 3 in 4 organizations have at least one bot on their network. Many of these
organizations have infections in spite of using lat...