Focus on IDS
How to evaluate an IPS/IDS product Sep 11 2009 08:27AM
Kai (phamtungduong gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: How to evaluate an IPS/IDS product Sep 11 2009 03:42PM
Joel Snyder (Joel Snyder Opus1 COM)
I wrote two white papers which may be of help:

Steps to Picking the Right IPS for Your Company
http://www.opus1.com/www/whitepapers/ips-eval.pdf

and

Seven Requirements for Enterprise IPS Products
http://www.opus1.com/www/whitepapers/enterpriseips.pdf

jms

Kai wrote:
> Hi guys,
>
> Our company has a plan to implement an IPS/IDS solution for entire
> system. I 've got some solutions from different vendors. It's really
> hard to decide which is the suitable solution. So, I want to ask a
> question: what are the aspects which are considered when we evaluate a
> IPS/IDS product.
>
> Besides, our distributor has a test device for us to deploy in a test
> environment. They will also provide some scenarios to check this
> product's capabilities in order to prevent some kind of attacks. But,
> I think I need to build my own some scenarios to test separately with
> seller. Please give me some extra ideas/advices how to build my own
> scenarios and a must do checklist to test this product completely.
>
> --
> Best regards,
>
> Phạm Tùng Dương
>
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Joel M Snyder, 1404 East Lind Road, Tucson, AZ, 85719
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Securing Your Online Data Transfer with SSL.
A guide to understanding SSL certificates, how they operate and their application. By making use of an SSL certificate on your web server, you can securely collect sensitive information online, and increase business by giving your customers confidence that their transactions are safe.
http://www.dinclinx.com/Redirect.aspx?36;5001;25;1371;0;1;946;9a80e04e1a
17f194

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