How to Identify Vulnerable Traffic at the Edge of Your Network
Palo Alto Networks offers best-in-class NGFW’s, however like all inline tools, present a possible point  of failure. By deploying a NGFW with a Garland Technology inline edge security bypass TAP,  concerns of network interruption are eliminated. Tenable’s’ Nessus Network Monitor has unique  capabilities that allows scalable security at the edge of your network, detecting and decrypting the  packet traffic. This combined solution ​provides a way to not only monitor whole packet traffic in  real-time, but to take in alerts from the ​Palo Alto​ NGFW and provide actionable intelligence. ​See how  the combined solution from Palo Alto Networks, Garland Technology, and Tenable can reduce  network downtime, and give users granular access to the traffic in your network. 

Join Garland Technology, a Fuel Founding Partner and Tenable to discover how to identify vulnerable  traffic at the edge of your network.    

In this security solution based webinar, we will review: 
● Network TAP best practices 
● How Bypass TAP’s reduce network downtime for NGFW deployments 
● Live demo of how Tenable’s Nessus Network Monitor identifies vulnerable traffic

Ben Cowan, Sr. Director, Solutions Engineering​, Garland Technology
Scott Clement, Senior Product Manager, Tenable

Aug 20, 2019 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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