Flowmon is launching an updated version of Flowmon Anomaly Detection System (ADS) 11, according to a press release on the company’s website. The redesigned Flowmon ADS 11 brings a new UX, performance increase, noise-free incident understanding, and reporting across all environments. This allows security teams to reduce reliance on manual workloads without sacrificing any control.
Flowmon Networks offers a flow-based network monitoring product. Its solutions provide IT teams with an array of tools for network visibility and control, as well as cloud operations, security operations, and DDoS protection. Flowmon probes and collectors help organizations gather, analyze, and store critical network information as well. The solution features several modules that can extend and streamline the functionality of the Connector and Probes to allow for a more advanced analysis of flow statistics.
The updated Flowmon ADS 11 adds new features to improve anomaly detection, including a modern, robust stream architecture that can handle a significantly larger volume of traffic. One single ADS engine can now analyze up to 100,000 flows per second, and more than one ADS appliance can be deployed. The new solution also features redesigned and improved detection methods, streamlined situational awareness, and enhanced user experience.
In the company’s press release, Flowmon Networks’ VP of Product Petr Springl stated: “People’s ability to rule every network regardless of its complexity and nature is critical to Flowmon’s mission. Flowmon ADS 11 represents a significant achievement along this way. It reflects our dedication to making network detection and response faster, easier and even more reliable. We have continued to revisit every aspect of ADS’s design to bring instant business value and be a true partner to every competent security specialist.”
Learn more about Flowmon ADS 11 here.
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