's BeTNA Offers Enhanced Security with Traffic Detection's BeTNA Offers Enhanced Security with Traffic Detection

By Greg Tavarez

Zero Trust Network Access, or ZTNA, tools traditionally struggle to see what's happening inside encrypted communication channels. This lack of visibility makes it difficult to ensure only authorized users are accessing specific applications and data. Additionally, security teams can't effectively scan encrypted traffic for malicious activity, potentially hindering their ability to identify and stop cyber threats.

Tackling this issue head-on is, a provider of BeBroadband as a Service Platform, with the launch of BeBroadband Trust Network Access, or BeTNA, a ZTNA solution designed to elevate security standards to new heights. This offering stems from a strategic collaboration with ipoque, a Rohde & Schwarz company, a provider of advanced deep packet inspection software for networking and cybersecurity solution providers.

BeTNA uses ipoque's Deep Packet Inspection technology, which provides real-time insights into network traffic. The DPI technology by ipoque boasts high throughput, linear scalability and improved memory efficiency to support any number of user sessions. It also features extended capabilities such as first packet classification, custom DPI signatures, tethering detection and an IPFIX exporter that converts DPI data into Netflow/IPFIX flow records for seamless integration into SIEM solutions, which is implemented on BeTNA and Edge Device.

"Our DPI suite of solutions, which are optimized for both standard and cloud computing environments, are powered by AI and ML-based capabilities and weekly-updated libraries," said Sebastian Mueller, head of sales at ipoque. "Combining these with metadata extraction allows us to address information that ZTNA vendors deem most critical, namely threats, anomalies and application awareness."

With this capability, BeTNA accurately identifies users, devices and applications, even when encrypted protocols like TLS 1.3 and QUIC are employed. It enforces granular access controls based on user identity, device type, application and other relevant factors. It also detects and prevents security threats by identifying malicious traffic patterns and anomalies, thereby fortifying defenses against cyberattacks and data breaches.

The benefits of BeTNA are enhanced security, improved access control and simplified ZTNA implementation.

"We are thrilled to introduce BeTNA and our partnership with ipoque,” said Erez Zelikovitz EVP chief product and revenue officer of “Ipoque's DPI solutions, renowned for their accuracy and reliability, enable us to deliver a ZTNA solution that sets new benchmarks in security and visibility."

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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