CyberCop in the news:
CyberCop is an intrusion detection system that safeguards corporate assets by performing real-time surveillance of network traffic. The CyberCop system protects networks from external and internal attacks by providing a "high tech burglar alarm" capable of alerting companies when the security of their networks is breached by unauthorized intruders.
CyberCop is a real-time security solution that:
CyberCop has ease-of-use features that make the product usable by System or Network Managers. This means that CyberCop is easy to deploy and configure as well as easy to manage and operate. CyberCop's designed-in security means that the system is practically impossible to detect, bring down and will be operational during any attack.
Using advanced intrusion detection technology, the CyberCop system recognizes over 170 kinds of network and host-based intrusions originating from either inside or outside the corporate network. The CyberCop product is an adaptable solution that accrues the intelligence and historical data necessary to identify and thwart increasingly sophisticated hacker attacks.
With CyberCop, your critical IS resources are now protected by a network motion detector, burglar alarm and security camera.
"Intrusion detection is a crucial issue in security because even the best systems and defenses are broken into eventually," said Dan Farmer, noted security expert and creator of the first public domain scanning tool.
In addition, NGC teamed up with WheelGroup Corporation of San Antonio, Texas which is the leading supplier of Intrusion Detection technology to develop CyberCop. WheelGroup has extensive experience in Information Warfare and were featured in the February 1997, cover article in Fortune Magazine.
A course on operational security fundamentals and policy will be offered by Sniffer University to help train IS professionals. In addition, comprehensive CyberCop product support and updates will be available through the PrimeSupport® program, so customers have the most current protection against the latest hacker techniques.