Category: Intrusion Detection and Prevention

11.3 – Common Detection Methodology

The following are the most common detection methodologies: Signature-Based Detection Signature-based detection is certainly more along the lines of ID than firewalls, though many personal firewalls and certain business firewalls include this functionality. Basically, the computer system can be configured to…
11.2 – IDS vs. IPS vs. Firewall

IDS Intrusion Detection system is a system for monitoring a computer network, to determine whether or not an attack is in place. It does not avoid the attacks from reaching the different resources (though there are certain choices to configure it…
11.1 – Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)

An advanced version of Intrusion Detection Systems is Intrusion Prevention Systems IPS). Intrusion Prevention Systems are making their marks in the IT industry, reaching a new phase in network security. An IPS has the capability to spot attacks, both identified…
11.0 – Intrusion Detection System (IDS)

Today, there is no question that Internet security is a vital aspect of ensuring that a business is secured against malicious attacks. Once a system goes online, it becomes vulnerable to attacks. The solutions to most attacks are modest enough…