February 21, 2013

Next Generation Network IPS


The evidence is alarming: the intrusion detection and prevention systems that currently protect most enterprise IT environments from malicious penetration, surveillance, and data theft are woefully underprepared for the latest attack methods. A new class of targeted threats has rendered traditional network security models ineffective and has exposed essential enterprise assets--trade secrets, intellectual property, and customer records--to critical levels of operational, financial, and compliance risk. IT organizations that are already overloaded managing complex environments and planned migrations to cloud- and service-based infrastructures must now find and deploy a new generation of security solutions that can achieve higher levels of security efficacy while reducing total cost of ownership.

This white paper discusses how organizations can unify network security across physical and virtual environments, streamline security operations, and protect themselves from emerging malware, zero-day attacks, denial-of-service exploits and advanced targeted attacks.



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