Deliver access to network data to NetOps & SecOps to enable detection, investigation and response to threats in real-time. Our NPB solutions are empowered by comprehensive Technology Alliance Program with world-class technology leaders and deployed in the world's most prominent networks.
Bringing You Agile Visibility
Niagara's Packet Brokers
Inline Always-on Security
A Network Bypass Switch ensures failover or fail-safe capabilities for an inline networking device or a network security tool such as a firewall, NGFW, IDS/IPS, WAF, DDOS and many other flavours of threat detection platforms. If the network or security appliance fails or needs to be taken off-line for whatever reason, its traffic is automatically rerouted, ensuring uninterrupted traffic flow on the network.
Network Visibility Orchestration
Single-pane of glass for the visibility layer is a critical mechanism for Network and Security Operations (NetSecOps) to enable them to locate, isolate, and provision network visibility solutions for performance and network security related applications. In today's fast-paced, digital-first ecosystem, complete visibility is vital in maintaining control of your network and eliminating (or at least minimizing) blind spots and infrastructure downtime.
The Open Visibility Platform™
An unconstrained deployment hub for agility to intelligently deliver network traffic to unlimited security and networking solutions
What is a Network TAP (Terminal Access Point)? A network TAP is an external network device that creates a “copy” of the traffic for use by various monitoring devices. It allows traffic mirroring and is an intricate part of an organization's network stack. The network TAP device is introduced at a point in the path of the network that is felt should be observed, so that it can copy data packets and send them to a monitoring device. The network designer will decide where the significant points for the network TAPs should be placed in the network infrastructure, based on the reason for network interface observation: data gathering, analysis, general network monitoring (such as for saturation and latency), or more critical, such as for intrusion detection, etc.