NetWitness Corporation provides network security monitoring software products for commercial and government organizations in the United Kingdom and internationally. It offers network content analysis methods, risk verification and determination methods, incident response, data leakage and content monitoring, and compliance services. The companyâ€™s products include NetWitness NextGen, a network security monitoring solution to solve various network and security problems, including insider threat management, data leakage protections, compliance verifications, malware activity detections, zero-day detections, network performance management, and network-based e-discovery, as well as data governance, risk, and compliance management verifications; and a NextGen enterprise network forensics and advanced threat intelligence platform for security experts in various enterprises. It also provides infrastructure products, such as Investigator, an interactive software application that provides contextual analysis of captured network data; Informer, an automated reporting engine of the NetWitness NextGen product suite; Decoder, a component of an enterprise-wide network data recording solution; Concentrator, which is used to aggregate clusters of decoders in real-time for enterprise-wide analysis of network; and API/SDK, an open programming interface that leverages the NetWitness NextGen record once/re-use many times network capture infrastructure. In addition, the company offers SIEMLink, a solution for translating security event data between Web-based consoles, such as security event and information management systems, and network and system management programs. It primarily serves defense organizations, financial services companies, national law enforcement and intelligence agencies, and banks. NetWitness Corporation has a strategic partnership with Phoenix Datacom, Ltd. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Herndon, Virginia.
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