network flow

network flow

[′net‚wərk ′flō]
(electricity)
Flow of current in a network.
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Advanced Security (GVaaS-ASM) A real-time flow enhancement, which transforms network flow data into cyber intelligence, providing essential visibility and forensics for broad threat detection, investigation, and mitigation.
Advanced Security (GVaaS-ASM) - A real-time flow enhancement, which transforms network flow data into cyber intelligence, providing essential visibility and forensics for broad threat detection, investigation, and mitigation.
Deployable in OCP Yosemite servers, the Agilio CX 50GbE SmartNICs implement a standards-based and open advanced buffer management scheme enabled by the unique many-core multithreaded processing memory-based architecture of the Netronome Network Flow Processor (NFP) silicon.
As for the volume of chemotherapy procedures, 50.8% were performed in the patient's municipality of residence, a highly-regionalized pattern, 45.5% were performed in other municipalities following the main network flow, and 3.7% were performed in different networks or between branches in the same network.
Built with a proprietary neural network architecture, the Blue Hexagon platform inspects the complete network flow. Customers can benefit from:
It covers the basic results of the theory as well as their relations to linear programming, network flow problems, convex analysis, and computational geometry.
Let st be a state point in a MFD time series for the tth interval in a day, and st is a two-dimensional vector defined as the network occupancy and network flow ([occ.sub.t], [vol.sub.t]).
This detection method identifies suspicious botnet connection traffic patterns by analyzing features extracted from network flow such as flow size, duration, and mean packet size.
In this paper, we establish the workload-related route capacity model based on two parameters above under weather condition and solve the problem of terminal airspace capacity evaluation by the classical theory of network flow.
STME also facilitated the installation of IBM QRadar Security Intelligence, SIEM consolidates log events and network flow data from thousands of devices, endpoints and applications distributed throughout a network; monitoring security operations across the business, responding to security events and optimising monitoring rule sets and tools (tuning); managing security incidents, working as the centre of excellence for response and triage of issues, escalating to relevant stakeholders as defined within the security incident management process; Reviewing and protecting the enterprise from emerging threats, based on vendor alerts, intelligence received from partners and public alerts and reporting a risk exposure of the relevant business areas.
The IBM[R] QRadar[R] SIEM Security Intelligence and Sense Analytics products protect assets and information from advanced threats by consolidating log events and network flow data from thousands of devices, endpoints and applications distributed throughout a network.
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