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ThreatARMOR: Reduce Your Network Attack Surface by Blocking Unwanted Traffic

Ponemon Institute estimates security teams may spend more than 20,000 hours each year just dealing with false positives from security systems. Ixia’s ThreatARMOR shrinks your network attack surface—the ways attackers can enter or sneak data off the network—to stop unwanted traffic before it reaches the firewall.


High-volume IP-based blocking stops connections from prior offenders and countries that aren't relevant to the business to reduce false positives, “alert fatigue,” and the risk to your data and brand.

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    2019 Ixia Security Report


    Welcome to the third annual Security Report issued by Ixia, a Keysight business. Each year, the Ixia Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) Research Center summarizes the most interesting and prominent internet security trends. We analyze ATI data to help organizations understand where they can improve. We also analyze the data to predict the biggest hotspots for the coming year. In all our work, we aspire to help cybersecurity professionals strengthen their security posture by sharing knowledge of active exploits, new and old. 

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