Industrial OT Cyber Security
Network Traffic Analysis
Don’t wait for a breach. Put your architecture to the test before hackers do.
Evolve your network to keep ahead of emerging threats
Peloton can test and analyse your network traffic across your distributed environment to detect weaknesses, identify potential threats and deliver a blueprint to minimise risks, all while making your network more efficient.
We can help you reduce risks by understanding your vulnerabilities and at-risk devices and identifying which malware, botnets or phishing attacks were detected. Improve performance by analysing your throughput, sessions and bandwidth requirements for critical applications during peak hours. Gain visibility into usage of peer-to-peer, social media, instant messaging and other apps.
Why run a network traffic analysis?
What to expect with a Peloton network traffic analysis
One size does not fit all. We’ll deliver a tailored analysis for your organisation following a proven set of steps including:
The Peloton difference
No risk, no extra work
Our analysis runs in the background to let you see exactly where you stand without interrupting day-to-day operations.
People before process
While we have powerful analysis technology, the real value is in the insights from our experienced team that delivers your actionable recommendations report.
Drilling down into comprehensive data across your network helps security teams formulate and execute effective risk management strategies.
Peloton have taken the time to understand our business and reduce our risk. They filter out the false positives and alert us when there is something important we need to know about. They also help us to do a complete cyber security assessment on businesses before we acquire them, which takes time and focus as the requirements are different for every business. In terms of quantifiable results, we have reduced licencing costs and significantly increased our cyber security maturity rating which is a huge achievement.
Therese Chakour-West, CIO
We were trying to win new business with a global hotel chain. To get this across the line, we needed to tick some serious IT and security boxes. We knew we had gaps that we couldn’t easily fill so we engaged Peloton to help us. Peloton addressed our immediate needs and also taught us to look beyond the tender, so that our cyber security initiatives could support future growth opportunities too. We now have cyber security factored into our solution offering which puts us out in front of our competitors. Plus we got global IT approval from the hotel chain, which was a great result.
Bob Sharon, Founder and CIO
Frequently Asked Questions
A network traffic analysis can help you better understand and provide detailed analysis of network traffic by analysing network activity across the entire distributed environment searching for indicators of compromise. It provides organisations with a blueprint on how to reduce risk, while at the same time making their network more efficient. It is intended for detection of earlier unknown threats and development of strategy of their elimination.
The key benefits of an OT network traffic analysis are to:
- Gain in-depth insights, baseline analytics and mapping of traffic patterns and network interaction for all device connections.
- Make informed decisions with a big picture view and granular reports on security threats, user productivity and network utilisation.
- Adapt to evolving threats by translating data into recommended actions to identify and defend weaknesses before they are exploited.
When it comes to network traffic analysis solutions, one size does not fit all. Listed below are the steps you need to follow to implement a network traffic analysis solution that works best for your enterprise.
- Identify data source within your organisation
- Choose the best method to tap the data source
- Set up monitoring for a reasonable amount of time for data collection
- Send data collected to centre storage for analysis
- Generate a report with detailed traffic analysis and provide an analytical view of observed threat along with recommendations and risk reduction strategy