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Published: 24 Oct 2012

HIPS CA Host-Based Intrusion Prevention System REVIEWED BY BRAD CAUSEY CA Price: $40 per client with enterprise-level maintenance CA Host-Based Intrusion Prevention System (CA HIPS) combines standalone firewall and intrusion detection and prevention technologies to provide security, access control, policy enforcement, intrusion prevention management and deployment from a central console. Configuration/Management A   Management server setup was simple and fast. The server will automatically enumerate all LDAP users and groups, ultimately providing the ability to control policies and rule sets by Active Directory group membership. The management server is configured by default to check for LDAP changes every 180 seconds. The real beauty of CA HIPS is its Learning Mode, which allows you to monitor a group of systems to determine what constitutes acceptable behavior. This will help avoid the problem of a policy deployment that is either too restrictive, causing application/network outages, or too liberal, limiting the effectiveness of the product. Client ... Access >>>

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