Your network security playbook should include an intrusion prevention system (IPS) to detect and respond to threats your firewall misses.
Recent changes in the security market have influenced many IT professionals to focus on the long-term success of their programs when shopping for an IPS.
NSS Labs, a provider of independent security product testing, recently recommended IBM XGS as a top intrusion prevention system (IPS) for data centers.
Integrating your SIEM and intrusion prevention systems can ensure security professionals identify potential threats and take swift action.
The smartest network security solutions can defeat the malicious encryption and advanced evasion techniques that attempt to break down defenses.
Traditional approaches to intrusion prevention are not as effective as they once were, and deep packet inspection is an attractive modern option.
Organizations using IBM Security Network Protection (XGS) for intrusion prevention achieved increased network security, performance and availability.
Organizations should be aware of how the Deep Web works in order to make sure employees aren't accessing it and sensitive information isn't on it.
Intrusion prevention technology has had to continuously evolve in the past seven years to meet today's network security needs.
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