Lack of Investment Spawns Network Breaches

Q1 Labs offers guidance to enterprises.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Feb 14, 2011
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In response to the recent Stuxnet Viris and NASDAQ hack, Q1 Labs has issued guidance for enterprises. This executive guidance addresses the need for enterprises to better protect their networks from threats both inside and cyber. Insurance News Net reports that one reason organizations’ networks are successfully breached is the lack of investment in core information security infrastructure technology, including but not limited to, switches, firewalls, IPS, VPNs, vulnerability scanners, and identity/access management.


"As the only Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) provider to integrate Application Layer Behavior Analysis, Q1 Labs is uniquely positioned to provide effective visibility and context by correlating network & application activity against log events and other security telemetry across entire networks.”

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