Keysight Technologies Selected by BSE to Deliver Inline Network Visibility Architecture

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Keysight Technologies

Keysight enables stock exchange to monitor and secure financial trading networks

Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that BSE (formerly known as the Bombay Stock Exchange) has selected Keysight’s network visibility solutions to provide a resilient, high availability inline architecture for monitoring and securing its financial trading networks.

BSE needed to increase quality of experience (QoE), enhance network performance, detect network anomalies, and improve network security. They selected Keysight’s solutions to deliver the real-time, end-to-end visibility and insight needed to protect and improve performance of the organizations financial trading networks.

“Network availability, resiliency and security are paramount to BSE’s operations,” said Shivkumar Pandey, Group CISO of BSE. “Keysight’s inline visibility solutions help us gain the network visibility we need to ensure uptime and resiliency, as well as provide our security tools with relevant data to keep our network secure now and in the future.”

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Keysight’s visibility solutions deployed by the BSE include:

  • Keysight’s network packet brokers (NPBs), which deliver intelligent, sophisticated and programmable network flow optimization and provide visibility and security of business assets enabling monitoring teams to quickly resolve application performance bottlenecks, troubleshoot problems, improving network monitoring and security tools.
  • Keysight’s bypass switches for improved visibility into network traffic to maintain optimal performance and security.

“Financial services organizations need to ensure the security, performance, and quality of experience of their networks and applications,” said Mark Pierpoint, president of the Network Applications and Security group at Keysight Technologies. “Security solutions need to ‘see’ traffic from every link in a network to be effective, and in the case of tool failure, not disrupt the performance of the network. An inline network visibility architecture helps keep defenses strong by ensuring continuous network and security monitoring and the fastest possible recovery.”