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Gigamon

Gigamon is a publicly traded network visibility and traffic monitoring technology vendor. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Gigamon has 371 employees as of December 27, 2014. The company's product, which utilizes propriety hardware and software, can be configured to manipulate and route traffic to various application performance, network management, analysis, compliance, and security tools

Our Website: http://www.gigamon.com


Latest Content From Gigamon

Webcast: Enabling a Smooth DX Transformation in the Post-Pandemic New Tomorrow

by GigamonJun 23, 2020

The winding down of COVID-19 has everyone pondering The New Tomorrow, and no doubt you will be reviewing the state of your current networks and networking plans created previously – whether you are a Private enterprise, Public entity, or Service provider. This likely means transforming your network architectures and security strategies, which presents challenges to managing and securing your network, applications and services during the digital transformation and without disruption.


Webcast: Zero-Trust In Practice

by GigamonMar 05, 2020

Credential theft, lateral movement and other cyber attack tricks have foiled perimeter security again and again. We know that the old philosophy of trusting everything and everyone inside a network is no longer sound. The zero-trust model – trust nothing, verify everything – is the proposed answer to this problem. But it’s easier said than done in real enterprise. In this webinar, learn what zero-trust really looks like in practice, how to overcome challenges along the way, what security benefits you’ll realize right away, and how your organization can take the first steps toward implementing a zero-trust model.