Deep Packet Inspection

What is Deep Packet Inspection?

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is a type of computer network packet filtering that examines the header and/or data of each individual packet at an inspection point. DPI searches for non-compliance with various protocols, spam, viruses, or other possibly malicious content.

What does LightCyber have to do with it?

LightCyber Magna passively monitors traffic in the enterprise network using deep packet inspection, and profiles the behavior of each user and endpoint in the network. Without configuration or signatures, the appliance detects subtle behavior deviations of users and endpoints from their past behavior and peers in the organization. Download a FREE white paper to learn more

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