SANS 2017 Network Security and SOC Survey Reports
Netscout PFS Team

Why do half of IT managers turn on
less than 50% of their security features?

Find out in this SANS Survey: Network Security Infrastructure and Best Practices

Understand the drivers behind the challenges.
See how NETSCOUT can help.

Reduce performance impact

Most respondents (86%) use active network security devices despite concerns over diminished application performance, potential outages and latency. Many (48%) turn on 50% or fewer of available features, citing performance concerns. NETSCOUT can help you eliminate blind spots and achieve deep visibility at scale. See how we help customers de-risk security deployments in this 3-minute video.

De-risk and scale
your cyber security deployments
De-risk and scale your cyber security deployments

Optimize your POCs

Another finding was that almost all respondents (94%) conduct at least one network security proof-of-concept (POC) per year. Using NETSCOUT’s packet flow switch (PFS) technology, test proposed solutions under real-world conditions using copies of production traffic.
Learn how in this white paper:

Security POCs:
Streamlined

SANS 2017 Security Operation
Survey Report

Organizational SOC capabilities are expanding, but there are opportunities to improve security operations by increased SOC and NOC collaboration—enabled via a unified visibility plane.

Read more in this latest report.

Why NETSCOUT?

NETSCOUT packet flow switches solve the problem of visibility into your packet flows, whether you are a network architect or a security professional. No matter whether you need packet flow visibility for service assurance or cybersecurity, choose wisely. Choose NETSCOUT.

Unlike other solutions, NETSCOUT nGenius packet flow switches are equipped with programmable hardware, enabling them to perform at line rate with no bottlenecks. Learn about the value of this high-performance packet processing resource in the video below:

Packet Visibility at Scale
Packet Visibility at Scale
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