Anti-Evasion: Why It’s a Critical Component of Intrusion Prevention Systems

Anti-Evasion: Why It’s a Critical Component of Intrusion Prevention Systems

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IT security teams are battling cybercriminals on a daily basis. Another unfortunate truth: These malicious masterminds are only becoming more advanced in their skillset. With recent research showing that the average data breach takes 80 days to be discovered and 40 days to be resolved – and, worse yet, a startling one third of incidents were never detected altogether – network security defense tactics carry a more critical role than ever.

Read on to learn why you should consider a next-level intrusion prevention system (IPS) that offers anti-evasion, a data-normalizing technique used to uncover and block encoded threats before they set foot onto your network.  Click through for brief descriptions of the top 5 evasion methods, as well as key features to consider when choosing IPS evasion technology.

Vendor:
Dell, Inc.
Posted:
28 Feb 2014
Published:
31 Dec 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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