IPS DEFINITION: An intrusion prevention system is any device which exercises access control to protect computers from exploitation. Intrusion prevention technology is considered by some to be an extension of intrusion detection (IDS) technology, but it is actually another form of access control, like an application layer firewall.
Enterprises are increasingly facing the task of integrating a variety of access services and devices onto their Virtual Private Networks (VPN). This white paper takes a closer look at some key issues that arise when bringing access methods into your VPN.
This guide is a compilation of resources that explain what intrusion detection and prevention are, how they work, troubleshooting, configurations and more. Download the key to protecting your network.
This paper contains an overview of penetration testing, a summary of vulnerabilities that can be revealed through penetration testing, and the business and technical benefits of performing penetration testing across your infrastructure.
This paper explores the various approaches to network security and focuses on the unique role of vulnerability management and automated security audits. Learn about the four pillars of security and different approaches to vulnerability management.
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