The Last Security Tool

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Download In this white paper, we present the increasingly growing problem of organized cybercrime. As cyber hacking and breaches rose it started costing organizations millions in the form of lost business and lost or breached data, not to mention the loss of credibility and reputation in the market. The costs also increase the longer the threats or breaches go undetected. With high-speed data capture products like the Napatech Pandion Flex, companies can rely on a solution that captures, retain and retrieve packets of data as it traverses their network. In case of a breach, it becomes easy to retrieve the relevant packets and troubleshoot the problem, thereby reducing resolution times and costs.

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