NextComputing introduces low-cost portable packet forensics appliance for network analysts and cyber security investigators

Leading manufacturer of portable and small footprint workstations and
servers, NextComputing has released the CyberPro, a low-cost, high-performance,
portable packet forensics appliance designed for network analysts and cyber
security investigators.

As a mobile, lightweight test appliance, CyberPro offers high-speed
packet capture, indicators of compromise event alerting, BPF filter event
triggering, and a fully integrated analytics workflow with a collection of open
source packet analysis software tools. Users can view their IoC logging over a
long PCAP forensic timeline, and post-process PCAPS for packet analytics and
visualisation.

Recommended for applications involving network performance monitoring,
cyber forensics, compliance enforcement, lawful intercepts, and packet data
analytics, CyberPro presents a perfect tool for today’s field technicians,
IT/InfoSec specialists, and network engineers responsible for keeping modern
digital IP networks up and running, and fully protected.

Feature highlights of CyberPro include 3 options for lossless packet
capture – 1-3Gbps, 3-6Gbps, 10Gbps; simultaneous PCAP search; Active Triggers –
real-time, dynamic, user-defined; RFC anomaly logging; file download hash
logging; multi-protocol event/metadata logging; post-process PCAPs with
multiple pre-installed DPI tools; and unified web GUI to manage PCAPs and entire
cyber investigation.

NextComputing is represented in Australia by Metromatics.

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