George Washington University Leverages Gigamon's GigaSECURE to Improve Network Visibility and Security Posture

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Download Today, organizations across industries are tasked with managing networks that are sed for a myriad of purposes on a daily basis. From a security standpoint, it is now paramount to process such diversified high-volume traffic in a strategic fashion. "The ability to filter out irrelevant traffic based on regular expression at line speed has made our entire tool chain more effective." - Mike Glyer, Director of Information Security Services, George Washington University. See how Application Session Filtering from Gigamon facilitated George Washington University's complex security needs in this case study.

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