When it comes to keeping critical public infrastructure running smoothly, IT personnel and network engineers are the glue that hold together our modern government.
Department CIOs and IT professionals at state, federal, and municipal levels are on the front lines of network and security troubleshooting.
Network packet captures are the best way to track, monitor, and resolve IT issues and are a vital part of most standard operating procedures, but they can be tedious and inefficient to use without the right tools.
Whether you're in a state agency, police department, or municipal IT team, cybersecurity in your network will always be at the forefront of your job. Packet captures are your most powerful IT and cybersecurity asset, but they can come from anywhere, and often end up anywhere as a result.
CloudShark provides a secure, centralized network analysis platform that transforms the way IT teams collaborate on, organize, and analyze network packet captures.
When an attack happens, the packet data that flows across the network is critical to the incident response lifecycle. Here's 5 tips to greatly improve the success of your security operations using pcaps along with tools like Zeek and Suricata.
Network packet captures present a unique challenge to CIOs and CISOs when considering cybersecurity framework compliance like those outlined by NIST or the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Trusted Internet Connections program.
Zeek (formerly Bro) is a powerful tool trusted by networking and cybersecurity experts for analyzing network traffic. By creating collated, organized records of network activity (called “logs”), Zeek gives the network analyst a new approach when dissecting and investigating traffic.