Titania is exhibiting at the AFCEA TechNet Cyber event in Baltimore this week, from Tuesday 14th to Thursday 16th May at booth 2513.
Promoting the Nipper and Paws products, the team are on hand to explain how the software particularly support the military and federal divisions to develop secure, resilient and effective networks. There are live demonstrations available showcasing; how to quickly gain detailed knowledge of systems’ defenses, the monitoring capabilities that are deployed, and any exploitable vulnerabilities/non-compliance with regulations such as STIG, CIS SANS, NSA, and NERC.
Well suited to the audience at AFCEA, Nipper and Paws are verified by CIS and military experts as highly accurate. These intelligent, deterministic tools integrate easily with existing SIEM/SOAR systems and their ability to audit networks that are secret or air-gapped (with equal efficiency to auditing online or in the cloud), makes them particularly attractive to visitors from the defense industry.
Nipper is regarded as “the only offline configuration tool”, and with continual monitoring capabilities perfectly positions it to be a linchpin in solving the pressing problem of autonomous mitigation and defense.
Recent recipient of the Sparky Baird Award (from Signal Magazine), CSO - Nicola Whiting explained: “Nipper virtually models the actual network infrastructure configurations to provide intelligent, deterministic and accurate analysis of structural vulnerabilities and weaknesses, along with remediation advice. This accurate data is exactly the information crucial for AI-driven self-healing systems to aid future nation state defense.”
Going to the event? See the live demonstrations and speak to our experts at booth 2513. Alternatively, get your free trial here.