The Netify machine learning engine is continually analyzing network flows and devices on your network to identity cyberthreats and risky behavior.
The Risk and Reputation Events screenshot shows a number of issues on the network: insecure protocols, an SSH server, and weak encryption. The weak encryption network traffic is a sign of obsolete and risky devices on your network. The obsolete SMBv1 protocol is susceptible to ransomware attacks - time for a patch update.Learn More »
Are employees trying to bypass your firewall or DNS policies to access inapproriate sites? That's not only a potential productivity problem, but also an increased cybersecurity risk.
The VPN Detection screenshot shows an overview of VPN protocols in use. You can drill down further to see the VPN devices as well as the specific network details of each VPN connection.Learn More »
The Netify deep packet inspection (DPI) engine is able to identify protocols in use on your network. Is Bittorrent saturating your Internet connection and interfering with your online conference calls? What gets measured, gets managed.
The Protocols Chart screenshot shows the most used protocols over the span of a day.Learn More »
Bandwidth reports can be generated in all shapes and sizes, by: user, group, application, device type, operating system, protocol, geographic location, network parameters, and more. Look back 5 minutes or look back to last Tuesday afternoon.
The Bandwidth Chart screenshot shows the upload and download data of all IoT devices over the last 3 hours.Learn More »
With Netify, the metadata of every single network connection is at your fingertips. The Flow Details screenshot shows details of a Samsung TV connecting to their cloud solution - one of over 10 million connections on this Netified network. There's even more metadata under the hood, but this screenshot provides a good sample.Learn More »
Cybersecurity events will happen. With Netify, you can go back in time to track down the source of security problems. The connection data shown in the screenshot shows a Samsung TV in need of a software update. The connection uses an old and insecure encryption cipher: RC4.Learn More »