Bricata and Garland Technology Announce Partnership

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Bricata and Garland Technology

Technology Partnership delivers total network visibility and threat hunting to accelerate detection and response

Garland Technology, a leading provider of network test access point (TAP), packet broker, and cloud visibility solutions, today announced a technology partnership with Bricata, an industry leader in delivering comprehensive network protection. The joint solution quickly exposes threats and defends business-critical activity.

“Complex environments require manageable network security solutions, especially in the federal government, healthcare, and financial services. Bricata’s responsive threat hunting approach is easy for quick analysis of hidden anomalies,” says Chris Bihary, Garland Technology co-founder and CEO. “Our TAP to Tool philosophy ensures Bricata not only provides deep data insights and threat hunting but complete network visibility.”

With complete packet acquisition and delivery through the Garland Technology visibility portfolio, Bricata’s comprehensive network protection platform empowers security teams to quickly and accurately detect, defend, and block today’s most advanced threats. By filtering and removing any unnecessary packets before forwarding traffic, Garland enables users to quickly shun unimportant traffic and provide optimal threat detection and performance via Bricata.

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Utilizing Garland’s packet distribution solutions, Bricata is better positioned to quickly help incident responders understand their network and defend against threats with signature inspection, anomaly detection, and AI-based malware conviction.

“By leveraging full packet capture, Bricata’s solution drives deep network data insights with Garland’s zero-loss data processing,” said John Trauth, Bricata CEO “We’re pleased to partner with Garland Technology to provide a powerful solution that is easily deployed whether on-premises, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments.”