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Stanford University School of Medicine to Address 'Improving Network Security and Management' at EDUCAUSE Western Regional Conference 2008 Using Lancope's StealthWatch System for Network Behavior Analysis
Date:3/25/2008


ATLANTA, March 25 /PRNewswire/ --

WHO: Stanford University School of Medicine's Todd Ferris, Associate

CIO of IT Services; Ellen Amsel, Associate Director of

Information Privacy and Security; and Robert Zeien, Senior

Security Engineer

WHAT: "Improving Network Security and Management"

WHEN: 11:45 am - 12:30 pm PT on Tuesday, April 1, 2008

WHERE: EDUCAUSE Western Regional Conference 2008

InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

http://www.educause.edu/wrc08

WHY: Stanford University School of Medicine uses multiple security

solutions to manage its network. As the first security hardware

deployed in 2003, Lancope's StealthWatch(TM) System, the most

widely used network behavior analysis (NBA) and response

solution, is used for anomaly-based intrusion detection and forms

the cornerstone of the security infrastructure. Presenters will

discuss the deployment of StealthWatch among other security

solutions they are using, why they were chosen, and how they are

improving network security network while keeping workloads

reasonable.

About Lancope

Lancope(R), Inc. is the provider of the StealthWatch(TM) System, the most widely used network behavior analysis (NBA) and response solution that unifies behavior-based anomaly detection and network performance monitoring to protect critical information assets and ensure network availability by preventing costly downtime, repair and loss of reputation. StealthWatch streamlines security and network operations into one process, reduces time and resources, and eliminates the costs and complexity associated with non-integrated point products. Both OPSEC and Common
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