The Qosmos Probe is a a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) sensor that is used to enhance cyber security operations. Used by large SOCs operated by high-end MSSPs and Managed Detection & Response (MDR) service providers, it provides the most granular detail available, delivering a complete picture of activity in a network, including internal traffic. It is a perfect complement to signature-based detection tools, such as IDS/IDS, and full packet capture (FPC), enabling faster, more accurate detection of network infiltration.
The Qosmos NFV Probe is a fully customizable, DPI-based probe solution for NFV monitoring, troubleshooting, and subscriber analytics. The probe provides detailed visibility in virtualized infrastructures up to Layer 7.
The Qosmos Classifier is a dedicated software function with open SDN & NFV interfaces, designed to enable any type of service combination while optimizing networking and infrastructure costs. Systems integrators and solution vendors can leverage this ready-to-use service classifier to enable intelligent, dynamic service chaining for mobile Gi-LAN or enterprise environments (e.g. WAN or vCPE).
The Qosmos Probe Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Sensor for Cyber Defense provides visibility of network traffic in granular detail, delivering a complete picture of activity in any size network. By passively capturing packets, detecting applications, parsing protocols, and extracting traffic metadata, it can significantly improve detection of attacks and raise the performance of proactive threat hunting. It creates an additional layer of security in government-run SOCs, complementing turnkey commercial products such as IDS.
Qosmos ixEngine® is the most complete application classification and metadata extraction engine on the market, with the ability to identify all major protocols and applications circulating on fixed and mobile networks. Our library of more than 2700 plugins and signatures covers all categories of protocols and applications used on IP networks by individuals (web and enterprise applications) and systems (Machine-to-Machine communications).