How to Strengthen Threat Hunting with DPI Sensors Webinar
In this webinar, Cybersecurity Insiders and Enea’s cybersecurity experts from the Qosmos division present the findings of a survey on DPI sensors, how to transparently integrate DPI sensors within a SOC security stack and give examples of attack scenarios that can only be detected with DPI sensors.
Qosmos NFV Monitoring Probe
See a demo of the market’s most advanced DPI-based probe for NFV monitoring and troubleshooting.
Qosmos ixEngine for Cybersecurity Applications
This video offers a quick overview of Enea’s Qosmos ixEngine for cybersecurity applications. Qosmos ixEngine is a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) library used by vendors to embed real-time application visibility into their security products.
The video uses Kibana as a visualization tool to show how ixEngine can be used to classify traffic and extract metadata for use cases such as SIEM and Security Analytics. It also looks at ixEngine’s Deep File Inspection (DFI) Module for Malware Detection and other Advanced Security Analysis.
Red Hat Presents vCPE Scenarios for NFV Deployments
Rob Wilmoth, Principal Architect at Red Hat Telco explores different vCPE scenarios and talks about Red Hat OpenStack Platform, a platform customized for operator NFV deployments.
Demo of Qosmos DPI Engine for Network & Telecom Applications
This video gives a quick overview of Enea’s Qosmos ixEngine for networking and telecom applications.
Qosmos ixEngine is a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) library used by vendors to embed real-time application visibility into their products for traffic optimization, quality of service, analytics, and more.
The video uses Kibana as a visualization tool to show how ixEngine can be used to classify encrypted traffic or P2P activity, and to illustrate use cases such as fraud detection and Quality of Service.
Qosmos ixEngine for Malware Protection and Data Loss Prevention
Organizations of all types are facing new cyber threats, increasing the risk of infection by malware and exfiltration of sensitive information. Security vendors have responded with new solutions for malware protection, data loss prevention (DLP) and threat analysis. To be effective, these products need to dig deep into the payload of network traffic and extract detailed information such as file content (typically decrypted payload).
This screencast video provides a quick overview on how Qosmos ixEngine can be used to extract content and metadata inside security solutions for Malware Protection and Data Loss Prevention.
Reality-check: boosting VNFs with Vector Packet Processing (VPP)
Cisco’s now open-source virtual switch module has a reputation for high performance, proven technology, flexibility, and a rich feature set. Practically, how can VPP be used to boost VNF performance?
In this presentation, delivered at SDN OpenFlow World Congress 2016, Nicolas Bouthors, CTO, and Christophe Fontaine, OpenSource Software Engineer at Qosmos, address the following points based on practical experience:
– Making multiple applications coexist on a single VPP
– Stretching the envelope from low end to high end implementations
– Testing specific use cases such as DPI, firewalling and NSH Proxy
Discover detailed, real-time network traffic visibility from Qosmos
DPI and IP classification are key technologies residing inside modern networking equipment, used to optimize traffic, to measure quality of experience, or to protect from cyber threats. This video shows the importance of using high performance technology from a specialist such as Qosmos.
Qosmos is the market leader for IP classification and network intelligence software. Our technology provides detailed, real-time traffic visibility up to Layer 7 with continuous signature updates. Qosmos customers benefit from fast time to market and new service opportunities while ensuring the highest performance for their solutions.
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Networking in Virtualized Environments
Nicolas Bouthors, CTO, Qosmos, shares his vision of networking in virtualized environments. He explains how a new component-based architecture is made possible by combining Network Function Virtualization (NFV) with open software such as OpenStack and OpenDaylight. He goes on to explain the key role of real-time traffic visibility up to layer 7 to understand interaction between networked software components: passive view of traffic behavior, ensuring active security between VMs, and a proactive approach with service chaining.
Layer 7 Visibility – Opening Up New Opportunities For vCPE Services
While many articles and presentations discuss how vCPE technologies can deliver existing services in simpler and cheaper ways, this presentation focuses on new service opportunities enabled by Layer 7 visibility.
Filmed at NFV World Congress 2016, Erik Larsson, VP Marketing at Qosmos, explains why Layer 7 visibility is an essential ingredient of any vCPE strategy for both equipment vendors and operators. He shows the enterprise and operator business drivers for vCPE services and details the importance of L7 visibility to the success of these services, covering areas such as service optimization, introduction of VAS and network security. He explains how operators can use L7 visibility to offer network management functions as value-added services through a web interface, shows the best configuration for service chaining and presents different deployment scenarios, including a reference example.
A copy of Erik’s presentation is available here
Boosting NFV Solutions With Network Intelligence
The evolution towards virtual networks in the telecom environment is accelerating. Once a lab technology, NFV is now starting to become real in operators’ infrastructures with vCPE as one of the first use cases. Thibaut Bechetoille, President of the Qosmos Division of Enea, explains to Mitch Wagner of Light Reading why DPI and service chaining are key technologies in the deployment of smart, efficient virtual infrastructures.
How Virtualization Impacts Deep Packet Inspection and Vector Packet Processing
In this interview for Intel® Chip Chat, Nicolas Bouthors, CTO of Qosmos, discusses the impact of virtualization on deep packet inspection (DPI) and vector packet processing (VPP). He explains how DPI traffic collection changes with virtualization and the performance impact. VPP can be used to build virtual network functions (VNF) and is gaining momentum in the industry with OpenStack and OPNFV. Nicolas explains why he is excited about VPP and how the Qosmos collaboration with the Intel Network Builders program provides ecosystem collaboration opportunities and early access to Intel technologies.
Combining Metadata and URL Categorization to Enhance Network Visibility
Daniel Ashby, Senior Vice President for Global Business Development, Netstar, explains how the combination of Qosmos IP classification up to Layer 7 with Netstar’s extensive URL categorization, provides a higher level of visibility to hardware, software and cloud solutions. This enables an in-depth knowledge and understanding of network activity that can be used for higher precision policy management, security and ad tech services.
Analyst Interview: Virtualization & Intelligence – A New Approach to Customer Experience
Jonathon Gordon, Directing Analyst at Expert Market Insight, talks to Erik Larsson, VP Marketing at Qosmos, about the impact of virtualization on the telecom market and growing operator interest in customer experience. He explains how virtualization can change the way network intelligence is used, helping to build a better picture of subscriber activity and leading to more effective decisions that improve the customer experience.
Analyst Interview: Shifting Trends in Telecom Networks
Patrick Lopez, CEO of Core Analysis, speaks with Erik Larsson, VP Marketing at Qosmos, about current trends and factors of change in telecom networks. Among the topics discussed: how expectations for SDN and NFV are being reassessed in spite of progress; how digital content suppliers are going mobile and how a new technology could bring augmented reality to life …
The Key Role of Layer 7 Visibility in Virtualized Environments
Erik Larsson, VP Marketing, Qosmos, talks to Light Reading about the key role of Layer 7 application visibility in virtualized environments: for troubleshooting, security, QoS, and reporting, in data centers and virtualized PoPs.
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Between CEOs: Thibaut Bechetoille Interviewed by Steve Saunders, CEO, Light Reading
The Changing Face of DPI
Steve Saunders, Light Reading’s CEO and Founder, interviews Thibaut about the changing state of the art in deep packet inspection technology. Thibaut explains Qosmos’ role in SDN and NFV architectures and the company’s strategy to become a key technology supplier to operators deploying the next generation of telecom networks.
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Marc Bouteyre: Kapsch CarrierCom technical expertise and partnership with service providers
Marc Bouteyre, Head of SDN/NFV Solution Management, Kapsch CarrierCom, describes Kapsch CarrierCom technical expertise, business model, approach to SDN & NFV, and partnership with service providers and Qosmos.
Anritsu Leverages Enea’s Qosmos ixEngine in its Telco Data Assurance Offering
Emon Haque, Senior Product Manager, Analytics and Big Data, explains how Anritsu is using Qosmos ixEngine to analyze and classify IP traffic, allowing their telco data assurance tool suite to monitor data consumption of applications in the network.
imVision Technologies & Qosmos: Improving Detection of Security Threats in Mobile Networks
Yossi Barshishat, Co-founder & VP R&D at ImVision Technologies, demonstrates how its Anomaly Detection Platform, embedding Qosmos ixEngine, can be used to detect and analyze security threats to mobile operators’ networks.
Introduction to the ARM Band Initiative & Service Function Chaining in ARM’s NFVI Platform
Bob Monkman, Software Strategy and Network Infrastructure at ARM, explains the role of OPNFV and the ARM Band initiative. He also discusses how the addition of Qosmos technology into the ARM-based NFVI platform creates Service Function Chaining capabilities for third-party VNFs.
F5 Networks – Monetizing Solutions Through Policy Enforcement Powered By Application Classification
Misbah Mahmoodi, Product Marketing Manager, F5 Networks, Inc., demonstrates how solutions can be monetized using F5’s Big IP Policy Enforcement Manager (PEM) powered by Qosmos. F5’s PEM can implement different policies and levels of control according to the application concerned, user status, etc. Using parental control as an example, the demonstration shows how the PEM recognizes different applications and websites following classification by Qosmos, and carries out policies according to the websites that are permitted, not recommended or forbidden for each user.
Haytham Darkazally, Regional Technical Director, Polystar, presents a demonstration illustrating Polystar capabilities for analytics and troubleshooting, leveraging Qosmos network intelligence.