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.
Instead of concentrating on zero-day threats, security teams should focus on preventing common, simple attacks to solve complex security issues.
Intrusion prevention technology has had to continuously evolve in the past seven years to meet today's network security needs.
Distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS) are among the most concerning attack trends of 2014 for security engineers, IT personnel, business owners and government officials. How can you defend your infrastructure from a DDoS attack?
What does it take to stop today's extremely motivated and well-trained cyber attackers? Is prevention pretty much dead? Is rapid detection the new prevention? There has been a dangerous shift recently in the prevailing wisdom of the security...
Think you are covered after the Heartbleed breach? Think again. Is a false sense of security any better than no security at all? As seen in the recent ICS-CERT/FBI recommended Heartbleed protection signatures, intrusion prevention systems (IPS)...
Today's advanced attacks are more targeted and complex than ever. When it comes to advanced threat protection (ATP), you need an integrated approach.
Organizations require an intelligent approach to protecting their critical data against advanced threats, zero-day attacks and breaches.
If you’re a US shopper, there’s almost a 50% chance that your information was compromised in the Target breach. So how can fellow retailers and other enterprises avoid this fate?