Focus on IDS
Re: Ideal IDS/IPS Jun 06 2011 06:49AM
Nikhil Manampady (nikhil manampady paladion net)
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> You can also check if the IDP has a NIC bypass feature which actually makes the IDP work as normal switch (no traffic monitoring) in case of a power failure.
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> Thanks & Regards,
> Nikhil Manampady,
> Security Consultant,
> Paladion Networks.
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> On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 8:50 AM, snort user <snort.user (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
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>> What would we like to have in an ideal IDS/IPS system? I am not
>> restricting the list to existing approaches such as signature based,
>> anomaly based, statistical or specification based IDS. Just trying to
>> get the wish list sort of. Any feedback is much appreciated.
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>> Low false negatives   - maximize detection and prevention of
>> intrusions, detect zero day attacks, detect variations
>> Low false positives   - don't waste analyst time
>> Ease of use           - installation and configuration
>> Low resource usage    - minimize resource usage, degrade gracefully
>> when resource usage exceeds limits
>> High Performance      - good scalability with increasing network speeds
>> Stability, Robustness - no crashes, and resistance to attacks againt IDS
>> Minimal ongoing maintainence - Run with minimal human supervision
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>> Thanks
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