New release delivers enhanced identity, device awareness to combat advanced threats
Flow-based monitoring applications provider Lancope has released StealthWatch System 6.2 to enable network security and enhanced performance.
The new system includes the capabilities for achieving network visibility.
StealthWatch 6.2, which features virtualised deployment options for the StealthWatch Management Console and StealthWatch FlowCollector, enables organisations to resolve the network environments issues.
The new release combined with the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) will provide enhanced identity and device awareness to combat advanced threats.
Lancope's new platform also provides enhanced mobile device security for addressing BYOD challenges and supports IPFIX to enable users to incorporate next-generation flow protocols.
StealthWatch 6.2 enables integrated internal and external monitoring by supporting flow data from Palo Alto Networks' Next-Generation Enterprise Firewalls.
Lancope president and CEO Mike Potts said featuring new capabilities for advanced application, identity and mobile device awareness, StealthWatch 6.2 is being released with increasingly complex networks.