The enterprise IPS balancing act: Simplicity vs. granularity

Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)

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About Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)

Get advice on how to develop a network intrusion prevention system solution, how to deploy an IPS, such as Snort, and how to choose an IPS.