With GigaStor everything is captured - every transaction, every packet, every protocol. And it's captured for hours, days, and weeks. With this data and a unique time-based navigation system, your networking team has the benefit of perfect hindsight to attack every network problem and anomaly. Now it is easy to "rewind" your network, determine the source, perform comprehensive analysis, and move on.
GigaStor plays a significant role in data mining, network forensics, and data retention compliance. For example, the GigaStor not only shows communications that occurred, but it can reconstruct the mined data-providing hard evidence such as phone conversations, web pages, documents, instant messages, and e-mails.
Use GigaStor's retrospective network analysis to solve security problems. GigaStor acts like a security camera recording every action occurring on the network. If a breach is suspected, the GigaStor compares the breach to thousands of network attacks and anomalies with "Snort-style" IDS functionality. Once identified, the GigaStor provides drill-down analysis to determine the source and time of the occurrence.
nVision has a very advanced network scanner which allows you to discover all the hosts in your network. It also detects all routers and "goes through" them to scan all neighbor networks. In addition nVision can provide software and hardware inventory reports that include application programs, OS version, CPU, RAM, disk volume capacity, available free space, and more. The software inventory reports allow you to measure concurrent license use, and plan for software license requirements and upgrades. Hardware inventory reports provide a basic inventory of workstations and their configuration. Reports for SNMP switches and hubs provide port utilization and node information.
Optional nVision agents can monitor user activity on Windows computers:
- User login and activity/inactivity time
- Application usage grouped by the activity type (work, gaming, chatting, web browsing, etc.)
- Visited web pages
- User bandwidth usage in the user activity