Cyber Security
At a speed of light

Machine-generated log data is growing exponentially making it extremely hard for cybersecurity software to provide real-time defense for the infrastructure. The software needs to analyze the Terabytes of data every day generated by servers, applications, and firewalls. Due to Grovf massively parallel FPGA cores companies analyze and prevent the cyber threat 15x faster, saving critical time for organizations to detect penetration and counteract almost in real-time. 

 


Security Log Analytics

Security Log Analytics

Implementing effective cybersecurity measures is particularly challenging today because there are more devices than people, and attackers are becoming more innovative. Cybersecurity brings dual challenge of low-latency detection and remediation of advanced threats, and batch analysis of log data from servers, firewalls, applications and security systems. Considering how fast new threats and attacks emerge, Big Data performance and the use of new types of software and hardware accelerators is becoming more critical.


100Gbps Network DPI, Content Extraction

Deep packet inspection (DPI) is an advanced method of examining and managing network traffic. It is a form of packet filtering that locates, identifies, classifies, reroutes or blocks packets with specific data or code payloads that conventional packet filtering, which examines only packet headers, cannot detect. DPI combines the functionality of an intrusion detection system (IDS) and an Intrusion prevention system (IPS) with a traditional stateful firewall. This combination makes it possible to detect certain attacks that neither the IDS/IPS nor the stateful firewall can catch on their own. Stateful firewalls, while able to see the beginning and end of a packet flow, cannot catch events on their own that would be out of bounds for a particular application

100Gbps Network DPI, Content Extraction