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February 2002

Network forensics analysis: The future of real-time monitoring?

Network forensics involves the capturing, recording and analysis of network events to help security teams investigate incidents, find the root of the problem, and counter potential future attacks.

Through network forensics analysis, organizations can recreate attacks to not only make assumptions based on the data through sophisticated analysis, but also gather data on where future resources should be allocated.

This month's Information Security magazine takes a deep dive into the world of network forensics analysis, its place in the future of infosec, and why it is a critical aid for turning security pros and sysadmins into system detectives.

Also in this issue: Simplifying enterprise patch management, automating security, IIS server patching best practices and more!

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  • Security startups: Recipe for success

    by  Robert Logan

    Stir one part technologist with one part experienced CEO and some VC money and you have the recipe for successful security startups.

  • Secure reads: The CISSP Prep Guide, CISSP Exam Cram

    by  SearchSecurity staff

    Although efficient study guides for cramming before the CISSP test, The CISSP Prep Guide and the CISSP Exam Cram won't advance the infosec profession and are likely plagiarized.

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