Network Detection and Response – Future Trends

In this blog series, I have covered various topics under Network Detection Response (NDR): the building blocks and its core components and how Hillstone NDR differentiates itself from other technologies. The Evolution of NDR NDR has evolved from its original traffic monitoring and statistics analysis tool, subsequently adding behavior-based analytics using artificial intelligence, machine learning…

Network Detection and Response – The Building Blocks

In a previous article on this topic, I introduced NDR as a technology, and the key requirements for an NDR product or solution. In this article, I will explain the core technological building blocks of NDR. The Building Blocks of an NDR Solution A complete NDR solution should include end to end traffic monitoring, packet…

Network Detection and Response – The Differences with Others

Network traffic analysis tools are not new; in fact, they have been around for a long time and can be considered a mature sector within cyber security. In this article, I will highlight some of the major differences of NDR, as well as other relevant tools. Traditional network traffic analysis is more or less aligned…

Network Detection and Response – What You Need to Know

Recently, Gartner published its Market Guide for Network Detection and Response (NDR)*, previously named Network Traffic Analysis (NTA). This is the second year that Gartner has released the market report in this sector. It’s also the second year that the NDR solution from Hillstone Networks has been on the recommended vendor list. This is definitely…

Continued Enhancements in Threat Detection Capabilities

Server Breach Detection System (sBDS) from Hillstone Network is an effective cyber defense tool to detect threat attacks and protect critical servers and other assets inside the corporate intranet. It integrates a suite of threat detection engines that uses traditional security techniques including NGFW, IPS, IDS, AntiVirus as well as behavioral analysis based anomaly detection…