Tarsal Introduces kflow For Analysing Security Data

Tarsal Introduces kflow For Analysing Security Data

Tarsal, a company focused on security data movement, has introduced kflow, an open-source project based on the extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF). kflow is designed to bridge the gap between network traffic and encrypted data by providing real-time monitoring of Linux kernel activity.

This technology enhances an organization’s ability to collect, process, and analyze security data in real time without the need for proprietary endpoint agents and SIEMS. With kflow, security teams can expand the range of data types that can be collected, moving beyond just network data.

eBPF is a technology that allows for monitoring and manipulation at the kernel level on Linux operating systems without causing harm to the active operating system.

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