When our chief scientist created Bro at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 1995, he never imagined it would be used worldwide more than 20 years later. For over 20 years the founders of Corelight have been building and improving the open source software, and now they've founded a company.
San Francisco, Calif.—Feb. 28, 2019—Corelight, provider of the most powerful network visibility solution for cybersecurity, today expanded its product portfolio with the launch of the Corelight Fleet Manager, designed to accelerate the deployment, configuration, and ongoing administration of Corelight Sensors across the enterprise whether they are physical, virtual or cloud-based.
“Corelight is committed to providing organizations with the best network data for security at any scale and across any platform,” said Greg Bell, CEO of Corelight. “As our customers’ digital footprint grows across physical, virtual and cloud environments, they need a simple, consistent and scalable way to manage their sensors – which is why we are pleased to now offer Corelight Fleet Manager.”
Corelight Fleet Manager ensures seamless support and administration for multiple Corelight Sensors throughout an organization, providing single management dashboard with RBAC, customizable configuration templates, and sensor health and performance monitoring.
Additional benefits of Corelight Fleet Manager include:
“We are pleased to help some of the largest organizations in the world improve their incident response and threat hunting capabilities,” said Brian Dye, chief product officer at Corelight. “Our customers are demanding the ability to drive visibility throughout their network, so over the last two years we have expanded our product line from one physical appliance to a full range of physical appliances and virtual offerings. With today’s launch we now provide robust fleet management capabilities for large scale deployments which has been in high demand from our enterprise customers.”
Today’s product launch follows Corelight Sensor version 16 enhancements made earlier this year. Read more about those features on the Corelight blog.
Corelight delivers the most powerful network visibility solutions for information security professionals, helping them understand network traffic and defend their organizations more effectively. Corelight solutions are built on Zeek (formerly known as “Bro”), the powerful and widely-used open source network analysis framework that generates actionable, real-time data for thousands of security teams worldwide. Zeek data has become the ‘gold standard’ for incident response, threat hunting, and forensics in large enterprises and government agencies worldwide. Corelight makes a family of network sensors — physical, virtual and cloud at every scale — that take the pain out of deploying open-source Zeek by adding integrations and capabilities large organizations need. The Zeek project was initially developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and has been supported by the US Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI). Corelight is based in San Francisco, Calif. For more information, visit https://www.corelight.com or follow us on Twitter @corelight_inc and LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/corelight/.