Network Monitoring Solution
See all your network management information in one single location
Network monitoring is a critical business operation, but when an organisation has multiple networks of differing security classifications, it becomes more difficult to achieve.
Important information in one place
Keeping management up-to-date on information across different networks is crucial to improving business operations.
Monitoring each network can be done separately, but this makes it difficult to collate and audit information from each network. This may allow hackers to jump between your networks unnoticed.
Using a single location to monitor all the information can prevent these risks, but it introduces new risks as data can flow between your networks. This opens up potential problems with malware getting in your trusted domains and with data loss from these trusted domains.
Our Network Monitoring Solution
We work with our clients to enable them to adopt solutions that give central network monitoring in high assurance environments.
The Nexor solution consists of a one-way transfer mechanism that ensures the information streamed to a trusted, central location has no risk of leakage and without inadvertently interconnecting the monitored networks.
Our solution uses data diode technology, certified to EAL7+ (the highest Common Criteria level), to physically guarantee the one-way flow of information, and a validating component to provide higher security with content verification and filtering.
Benefits of having a Network Monitoring Solution
- Allows for aggregation and correlation of log and audit data from unconnected networks
- Enables quick detection of attacks spread across multiple networks
- Overall cost of monitoring multiple networks is reduced
- Provides resilience against malware infestation across networks
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