Global Network Intrusions Visualization

The Global Network Intrusions Visualization exhibits the informative and visually pleasing features of InetSoft's business intelligence solution. A pioneer in dashboard, reporting, and data mashup, InetSoft is an innovator in transcending traditional business intelligence with more effective and efficient tools and solutions, providing enhancements in everyday business operations.

With a simple point-and-click environment, the dashboard below allows users to create separate tabs for different charts allowing different perspectives on the intrusion levels of the selected countries.

In addition to the various charts presented, users are empowered with fully customizable filtering and sorting options, like the range sliders, radio buttons, and brushing tool, unique to only InetSoft, for greater control over the search and analysis process. These tools specifically can control the date range, country of origin, and intrusion type.

InetSoft specializes in creating visualization software for organizations of all sizes looking to improve everyday operations and help monitor and create long term objectives in perspective.

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Capabilities of InetSoft's Data Visualization Application

  • Analyze and explore information by using filtering tools
  • Create and adjust charts with ease
  • Leverage user-driven data mashup
  • Upload and sift through multi-dimensional data to spot trends and aberrations
  • Slice and dice data with simple point-and-click method
  • Reproduce and share visuals

Best Practices for Network Intrusion Detection

  1. Keep Signature Definitions Updated: Regularly update the signature database to detect the latest threats and vulnerabilities.
  2. Baseline Network Traffic: Establish a baseline of normal network traffic to more easily identify anomalies or suspicious behavior.
  3. Use Anomaly Detection: Implement anomaly-based detection to identify unusual network behavior that may not be captured by signature-based detection.
  4. Segment the Network: Divide the network into segments or zones, and deploy intrusion detection systems (IDS) strategically to monitor traffic within and between segments.
  5. Monitor High-Value Assets: Focus on monitoring critical systems, servers, and sensitive data repositories where breaches could have the most severe impact.
  6. Encrypt Sensitive Traffic: Encrypt data in transit using secure protocols like TLS/SSL to protect it from interception.
  7. Leverage Threat Intelligence: Integrate threat intelligence feeds to enrich data and provide context to detected threats, allowing for better decision-making.
  8. Utilize Behavior Analysis: Implement behavior-based detection to identify patterns of activity indicative of an attack, such as port scanning or unusual traffic flows.
  9. Monitor Outbound Traffic: Don't just focus on inbound traffic; monitor outbound traffic as well to detect any attempts to exfiltrate data.
  10. Implement User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA): Analyze the behavior of users and entities to identify any unusual or suspicious activity.
  11. Set Realistic Alerts and Thresholds: Fine-tune alerting thresholds to reduce false positives and ensure that alerts are actionable.
  12. Integrate with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): Integrate IDS with a SIEM system to correlate and analyze data from various sources for a more comprehensive view of the security landscape.
  13. Regularly Review and Analyze Logs: Perform routine reviews of IDS logs to identify trends, patterns, and potential threats.
  14. Conduct Regular Penetration Testing: Test the effectiveness of the intrusion detection system by simulating attacks to identify any blind spots or weaknesses.
  15. Automate Response and Remediation: Implement automated response mechanisms to quickly address detected threats, such as blocking malicious traffic or isolating affected systems.
  16. Stay Informed and Educated: Keep abreast of the latest cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices to adapt and evolve your intrusion detection strategy.

InetSoft's BI application makes a good choice because it's:


  • Enjoy a rapid implementation; minimum specialized IT expertise required
  • Experience a shallow learning curve for business users; only Excel-level skills needed
  • Make it easy for analysts & administrators; no SQL experience required
  • Scale up with zero-client deployment and no per-user licensing


  • Provide maximum self-service through ad hoc and visualization analysis
  • Enable self-service also at data level: end-user defined data mashup
  • Accommodate quick, formal, and experimental changes


  • Address advanced and mass needs
  • Run on a high performance, secure infrastructure

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