Netography Security Operations Platform Released
February 20, 2020

Netography announced the general availability of the company’s Security Operations Platform.

Open for beta last summer, the Netography Security Operations Platform has since been in early use by beta customers across numerous verticals.

“Traditional, pre-cloud services based network security companies require a minimal multi-million dollar investment plus additional hardware to scale, cannot protect dynamically, and are limited in the kinds of attacks they can detect and stop,” said Barrett Lyon, Co-founder and CEO of Netography. “In contrast, we deliver real-time protection/defense against millions of network-based threats across an organization’s entire infrastructure, both on-premises and in the cloud. Our early customers have significantly improved their shared visibility across network and security teams, and we are pleased to now be able to offer the platform to a broader set of customers.”

Traditional, pre-cloud services based network security companies require a minimal multi-million dollar investment plus additional hardware to scale, cannot protect dynamically, and are limited in the kinds of attacks they can detect and stop. In contrast, Netography delivers real-time protection/defense against millions of network-based threats across an organization’s entire infrastructure, both on-premises and in the cloud. As a result, network and security teams can have shared visibility into their security posture and effectiveness of their security controls at any and every point in time.

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