PRO+ Premium Content/Information Security magazine

Thank you for joining!
Access your Pro+ Content below.
November 2008

Product Review: Deepdive's DD300

DATA DISCOVERY DD300 REVIEWED BY GREGG BRAUNTON Deepdive Technologies Price: $18,000 To protect the important data on your network, you have to be able to identify what information you care about, locate it and report. Deepdive's DD300 appliance helps you manage this daunting task with its powerful search capabilities. Setup and Discovery B+   The DD300 interface is a modern .NET Win32 application that installs in seconds. Built on proprietary Linux and hardware ASICs, the DD300 plugs passively into any network and readily accepts a DHCP address. Configuration walks you through all initial network settings. It can be up and running in minutes. You can do network discovery or specify known targets. The DD300 will report all network file shares advertised on any host. Discovery is benign, using a standard RPC call requesting available shares. It's also quick, but enumerating the shares on the hosts does take time. We conducted our test discovery on a local subnet using the range of IP address option. The resulting enumeration of ...

Access this PRO+ Content for Free!

By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers.

You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and agree to the Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy.

Features in this issue

  • Product Review: Symark PowerADvantage 1.5

    Symark's Symark PowerADvantage allows Unix hosts to become member servers of an AD forest and leverage AD's centralized user management and authentication capabilities.

  • Product Review: Shavlik's NetChk Compliance

    Shavlik's NetChk Compliance automates compliance and provides control by actively managing system and security settings and allows the IT manager to identify and mitigate risks.

Columns in this issue