Network IDS News
July 11, 2013
Security architect Glen Kemp says that enterprises must do more than deploy automated penetration testing to ensure Website security.
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Before deciding on a network intrusion detection or intrusion prevention system (IDS/IPS), check out this Partner Program Directory. Use these checklists to compare partner programs of network IDS/IPS vendors. Continue Reading
There are various ways to test Snort's intrusion detection capabilities, including setting rules and running tools such as IDSWakeup. Continue Reading
Snort is an open source network intrusion detection system (NIDS) created by Martin Roesch. Continue Reading
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Expert contributor Karen Scarfone examines important criteria for evaluating intrusion prevention system (IPS) products for use by an organization. Continue Reading
Learn how advanced malware evades perimeter defenses and why tools to detect network anomalies are essential to keep your network secure. Continue Reading
Selecting an intrusion detection and prevention system vendor can be a time-consuming task. Get help evaluating vendors and products with this list of must-ask questions. Plus, a comprehensive vendor list. Continue Reading
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Host-based IDSes and network-based IDSes have several differences. Expert Kevin Beaver discusses how to find the best option for your enterprise needs. Continue Reading
This tutorial will help you determine the right techniques and tools for effective botnet detection. Continue Reading
IDS and IPS are useful security technologies, but how do you know whether your enterprise can benefit from one? In this tip, infosec pro Jennifer Jabbusch offers a few specific use cases to help you know when to consider IDS/IPS. Continue Reading