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"Hunting hackers with deep packet analysis"
As cybersecurity threats become more sophisticated, organizations need a way to quickly detect and stop an attack or track and analyze its aftereffects for clues. Deep packet analysis, or packet sniffing, is a data processing technique that allows organizations to monitor network traffic for signs of intrusion, block or reroute it if an attack is detected, and most importantly, record data traffic, allowing analysts to conduct detailed investigations into the nature of a cyber incident.

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