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  1. Keeping containers and pods safe in the cloud: How network visibility helps

    The architecture of microservices often results in an expanded attack surface of cloud-native applications. However, security risks and vulnerabilities inherent in container environments can be mitigated using real-time packet visibility. Find out more about the role of deep packet inspection (DPI) for container network security in the context of microservices and cloud-native applications.

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  2. GITEX technology week 2020 in Dubai

    Meet with our team of experts at stand Z2-1, Zabeel Hall 2 and discover how R&S can help your organization be ahead of 5G by driving innovation and creating value in the entire 5G network technology lifecycle. Discover how to manage the ever-increasing network traffic efficiently and ensure the best connectivity and highest security with the DPI software R&S®PACE 2 from ipoque. Schedule a meeting with our DPI expert John Hallett.

    Date: 6-10 Dec 2020
    Location: DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTRE + virtually

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  3. How R&S®PACE 2 helped Nubewell’s secure SD-WAN to rapidly gain recognition

    "For us, this meant that ipoque's DPI library would keep growing, enabling us to secure SD-WANs proactively and in real time. Our investment in R&S®PACE 2 has paid off early because of their knowledge of DPI [...]

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  4. Networks can’t afford lockdowns: Identifying cyber-threats before they become endemic

    The sudden increase in cyber-attacks during the pandemic can mostly be attributed to the unexpected shift to remote working, which caused delays in the deployment of security projects as IT teams struggled with overloaded VPNs and a host of personal devices that needed to be patched remotely. Just last month, US cybersecurity firm FireEye was hit by what it suspects to be state-sponsored cyber-attackers looking to steal information on FireEye’s government clients. How did it happen and how could it have been mitigated? Read more in our latest blog post by Stephan Klokow.

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  5. Nubewell chooses advanced DPI software from Rohde & Schwarz to build secure SD-WAN solution

    Leipzig, Germany — August 31, 2020 — ipoque GmbH, a provider of industry-leading OEM deep packet inspection (DPI) software, today announced that the Indian cybersecurity vendor Nubewell has licensed its DPI engine R&S®PACE 2 to add granular IP traffic visibility to the company’s SD-WAN solution. R&S®PACE 2 provides detailed insights into network traffic with application and user-level visibility. This visibility is key to enforce advanced security policies, prevent network misuse and optimize application performance.

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  6. Data loss prevention: Risk and reputation management with real-time visibility

    To implement data loss prevention (DLP) successfully, organizations must have an in-depth understanding of their business nature, data, transactions, digital assets, endpoints, connectivity, access privileges and existing security policies. This article discusses the need for data loss prevention (DLP) in response to the prevalence of data breaches, infiltration, espionage and data destruction affecting organizations today. It highlights the role of deep packet inspection (DPI) in providing real-time detection of cyber-threats and traffic anomalies and as a means to identify, manage and block both external and insider threats before data security is compromised.

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  7. DPI for WAP vendors

    Today’s WAPs must offer high-performance wireless connectivity tailored to fit customer needs. Through DPI technology, WAP vendors can now deliver enterprise-class WiFi with the highest levels of performance and enhanced reporting capability. The flexible and customizable R&S®PACE 2 software simplifies integration of both, new and legacy products. The DPI software allows WAP providers to monetize Wi-Fi networks via enhanced real-time monitoring capabilities that enforce QoS based on dynamic network
    conditions to prevent Wi-Fi congestion, enforce usage rules for personal devices once they are on the network and strengthen network security measures.

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  8. Advanced DPI engine R&S®PACE 2

    The application classification and metadata extraction software R&S®PACE 2 is the best performing advanced deep packet inspection software on the market. When R&S®PACE 2 is embedded in networking and security products it adds real-time network traffic and application visibility up to layer 7. Our advanced deep packet inspection tool classifies thousands of applications and protocols, provides content and metadata extraction and delivers metrics and heuristics from IP traffic, even when faced with advanced obfuscation and encryption techniques. R&S®PACE 2 enhances network monitoring, network analytics and security solutions such as firewalls, routers, SD-WAN solutions, IoT gateways and is a critical enabler for a more secure, reliable and efficient network.

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  9. Whitepaper: Deep Packet Inspection

    DPI technology has been an essential component of information technology networks for well over two decades. The volume of Internet traffic and - more importantly - the rate of encrypted traffic has exponentially increased over the years. At the same time, DPI software has evolved into a powerful tool to meet new network challenges and plays a vital role in today's Internet and network infrastructure. With expanding technologies such as cloud computing, 5G or the Internet of things (IoT), DPI is becoming even more important for networks.

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  10. Cloud native networks: gearing up for an agile future

    At one time, businesses were content deploying their own IT infrastructure, adding more hardware and appliances as transactions and operations grew. They then saw the limitations of proprietary hardware in scaling growth and saw how cloud and virtualization gave them the computing resources they needed to deploy and run their applications on a flexible, on-demand model. Efficiency gains however, are not the only push factors for the adoption of cloud-native networks.

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