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This article is part of the June 2006 issue of Is your data safe from next-generation attackers?
INTRUSION PREVENTION IntruShield 3000 McAfee Price: $59,995 McAfee's IntruShield 3000 McAfee's IntruShield 3000 is an attractive value, featuring 12 gigabit monitoring ports and the ability to create up to 1,000 Virtual IPSes on a single appliance. Inline intrusion prevention can be an expensive proposition, which is why organizations have often limited deployment to the enterprise perimeter and/or critical production servers. McAfee's response is the IntruShield 3000, which leverages high port density and Virtual IPS technology to greatly extend network detection capabilities for each appliance. IntruShield's Virtual IPSes give you extensive coverage in a single box. While IPSes are typically restricted to a single policy for each monitored link, IntruShield can support multiple policies for, McAfee states, up to 1,000 Virtual IPSes per appliance. What's more, IntruShield has 12 gigabit monitoring ports to monitor six full duplex links. IntruShield 3000 comes with a robust rules engine and a strong set of filters designed to block buffer overflows, ... Access >>>
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