Protect Critical Operations and Systems From Costly Attacks,
Disruptions and Damage
Running business applications on the Internet provides extraordinary global reach, powerful communication capabilities and business efficiencies. However, companies doing business in the cloud are highly susceptible to external forces that can't be seen or controlled. Downtime can mean significant financial losses. Having insight 'beyond the firewall', and being notified in real time of potentially malicious or errant activities is essential to assuring the security and uptime of important business processes.
Government agencies are heavily dependent on the Internet to enable reliable, secure communications with constituents, contractors and other agencies. Governments, however, are just as susceptible to outages and malicious activity beyond the firewall that are difficult to detect. Downtime can mean significant disruption to government business and a cost to the taxpayer. Having visibility into Internet events and real time notification of attacks or disruptions is essential to maintain the security and availability of government communications.
Network and operations managers rely on Renesys Routing Alarms to assure smooth, uninterrupted operation of their Internet-based communications. The Renesys real time sensor grid continuously monitors, collects, analyzes and correlates Internet routing data with other intelligence. The Routing Alarms tool provides operators with timely alerts to relevant events and interprets network instabilities and suspected malicious activity such as hijackings before they can dramatically affect availability, performance, or productivity.
- Provides timely notification of Internet events that impact communications and commerce
- Provides real time insight and attribution to help fix problems and assure network security and uptime
- Enables organizations to monitor their own networks as well as those of customers, suppliers, partners and competitors
- Helps businesses to improve customer satisfaction and reduce churn