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Extrusion Detection: Security Monitoring for Internal Intrusions By Richard Bejtlich Addison-Wesley Professional, 385 pages, $49.99 @exb Extrusion Detection: Security Monitoring for Internal Intrusions @exe Sure, you're familiar with intrusion detection--your organization's IDS strategy has evolved to where you are finally seeing the projected return on the massive initial investment and pricey operational costs of the application. A new phrase, coined extrusion detection, monitors what is leaving the network. While it sounds groundbreaking, Richard Bejtlich's Extrusion Detection: Security Monitoring for Internal Intrusions tangents off existing categories and fails to bring anything new to the infosecurity table. You can safely skip the introductory chapters and head straight for the original material that distinguishes this book from the litany of other available IDS titles: network instrumentation, sink holes and traffic threat assessments. Although detecting intruders from outside of the enterprise may be foremost in the minds of most security analysts ... Access >>>
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