Flowmon ADS (Anomaly Detection System) brings new dimension of benefits and experciences in working with network traffic statistics (NetFlow, IPFIX etc.). Thanks to the advanced Network Behavior Anomaly Detection (NBAD) technology, it is possible to identify threats that breach corporate network perimeter security, infiltrate the network through various channels like already infected laptops and mobile devices or lack of available signatures. Automatic detection of security incidents, traffic anomalies or configuration issues, simplifies management and operation of the network, significantly improves security and enables identification of root cause of issues proactively and real-time.
Flowmon ADS delivers real-time monitoring of security and operational issues for both physical and virtual environments. Benefit from e-mail notifications and export of events available in various formats (syslog, SNMP, CSV).
The solution allows detection of network traffic anomalies (DNS, DHCP, etc.), undesired devices behavior, attacks on network services (port scanning, dictionary attacks, DDoS), unwanted applications, viruses, botnets, country reputation, etc.
Flowmon ADS supports all flow data standards (NetFlow v5/v9, IPFIX, jFlow, NetStream), NBAR2, analysis of HTTP information, MAC addresses and VoIP attributes. Thanks to native integration with SIEM systems delivers maximum flow data utilization.
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