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Intrusion Detection & Prevention

Businesses that want to protect their networks from external attacks have a number of powerful tools at their disposal. Firewalls, for example, do a very good job of filtering and, in many cases, analyzing data packets to ensure that potentially destructive data is caught before it can do any harm.

But most companies that are really serious about keeping troublemakers off of their networks also employ a technology that is specifically designed to target the presence of potential attackers: IDPS (Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems).

IDPS technology, which is formulated to work in conjunction with a firewall — a network's first line of defense — is comprised of two basic forms:

IDS (Intrusion Detection System): An IDS analyzes incoming data traffic for suspicious types of activity. If it detects something peculiar, the IDS alerts the network administrator, who can then move to halt whatever event is taking place. In some cases IDS systems can also kick off automatic events in other systems on the network to protect it.

IPS (Intrusion Prevention System): An IPS is similar to an IDS, except that the product is designed to take immediate action — such as blocking a specific IP address or user — rather than simply issuing an alert. Some IPS products also use behavioral analysis to spot and stop potentially dangerous data. An IPS is often described as a "reactive" system, as opposed to an IDS, which is typically considered to be "passive."

Both IDS and IPS products come in various configurations, each designed to address a particular intrusion-protection need.

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