Saturday, February 24, 2007

Avoid these five common IDS implementation errors

Intrusion Detection Systems can go a long way to keep hackers from penetrating your network. However, they can only work if you properly set them up. Here are five common errors and how you can avoid them:
  • Ignoring frequent false positives
  • Avoiding IPSec to support NIDS
  • Monitoring only inbound connections
  • Using shared network resources to gather NIDS data
  • Trusting IDS analysis to non-expert analysts
You can read full article:
http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-6350-5785230.html

1 comment:

Sabine said...

Good words.