For more than 15 years, customers have used Endace's 100% accurate Network History Recording and Playback to provide definitive, packet-level evidence for investigating cybersecurity threats, quantifying data breaches and troubleshooting network or application performance problems.
Network History provides analysts with the means to troubleshoot problems much faster, reducing the impact of downtime and attack exposure, whilst protecting an organisation’s brand and keeping them compliant with regulations.
Organisations spend vast sums of money on the latest security detection technologies in order to keep up with the latest attack trends. However, without a robust event investigation process, backed up by accurate recording of whatever passed through a network, the value of these detection tools is not fully realised. In fact, once the investigation process is in place, problems are easier to mitigate, reducing the overall security spend.
Playback integrates with commercial, open-source or custom analytics applications to streamline and automate incident investigation. Network History can be played back through hosted or external analytics solutions for automated, back-in-time investigations.
Endace Network Recording and Playback scales to meet the needs of some of the largest, most complex networks on the planet. Global customers include banks, hospitals, telcos, broadcasters, retailers, web giants, governments and military.
Endace is headquartered in New Zealand and has offices in Europe, North America, Australia and India.