Empower your security teams for faster threat hunting and response with AI-powered network detection and response that correlate large volumes of security events and network traffic across multiple assets and hops into fewer real intrusions. Delivered as part of the Advanced Threat Prevention offering with the NSX Service-defined Firewall, the NSX Network Detection and Response has the broadest set of detection capabilities spanning a fully distributed IDS/IPS, behavior-based network traffic analysis and a full-system emulation-based network sandbox.
See threats no matter where they try to hide inside your network. Detect intrusions and lateral movements, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Slash the number of false positives by 90% — and free security teams to focus on stopping actual intrusions.
Harness real-time, scalable AI and machine learning to detect and stop threats at wire speed.
See a complete intrusion blueprint and a detailed threat timeline across the network. Quickly understand the scope of an attack and prioritize resources.
Facing an ever-growing number of advanced threats, a leading financial services firm needed a more capable solution to bolster its defenses. They chose NSX Network Detection and Response for its unmatched visibility, protection, and easy scale.
Fighting ransomware with prevention alone isn’t enough. You need Network Detection and Response to contain successful attacks.Explore Network Detection and Response
Other products can only detect threats moving into, or out of, the network. NSX Network Detection and Response can detect threats entering and moving laterally inside the network.
Leverage the power of deep content inspection to detect malicious behavior and defend against both known and unknown threats.
Quickly deploy Network Detection and Response technology in your public cloud workloads to deliver unmatched visibility into threats attempting to infect your cloud deployments.
NSX Network Detection and Response maps to the MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques for greater understanding of the key events in an intrusion.