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Sep032013

22:24:27

Deals Increase With Need For More Network Security








Security Onion tutorial: Analyze network traffic using Security Onion






By the end of 2014 that number is expected to swell to 35 percent. But researching and developing new security features is expensive, so rather than building organically most vendors of network security will opt for acquisitions of small and medium-sized network security companies, said Frost and Sullivan analyst Ramirez. According to Gartner, large network equipment providers and Internet Technology companies will also be looking for acquisitions to add network security to their portfolios as a way of keeping up with Cisco Systems in the infrastructure market. Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff wrote in a recent research report that the roughly $6 billion security equipment market was still very fragmented and in flux, creating an opportunity for IT vendors. Cisco has the largest share in the network security market with around 30 percent, followed by Israel's Check Point Software Technologies and Juniper Networks. California-based Palo Alto Networks, which is poised to go public this year, is growing rapidly. Consolidation may be hampered, however, by the cost of acquisitions paid for by cash held overseas. "What makes me hesitant is the amount of cash companies have outside the U.S.," said Zeus Kerravala, founder of ZK Research.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/27/us-dealtalk-networksecurity-idUSBRE82Q13D20120327










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Tenable Launches Security ?App Store? for SecurityCenter 4.7




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By using Security Onion , a free and open source collection of network monitoring tools from Doug Burks. In this SearchSecurity screencast , Keith Barker, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and trainer for CBT Nuggets LLC, provides a Security Onion tutorial, demonstrating how even the most budget-conscious organizations can analyze network traffic using the likes of Squil, Snorby and ELSA. First, Keith reviews how to set up Security Onion so it can receive all network traffic. Once in place, he uses Squil to delve into his own network packet data, including source ports, destination ports, IP addresses and other details. Squil can also be used to do reverse DNS lookups, track down information regarding the owners of IP address blocks and gain more insight into conversations happening on the network. Keith then runs through the capabilities of Snorby, a Web application that operates with some of the most popular intrusion detection systems. Snorby can provide a high-level overview of network security events based on severity, and provide information on any signatures that were triggered.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/video/Security-Onion-tutorial-Analyze-network-traffic-using-Security-Onion




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