Intrusion Detection System: Deployment




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  • Security Analyst
  • Web Designer
  • Webmaster
  • Network Administrator
  • System Analyst
  • System Designer


  • Intrusion detection
  • Network security tools
  • IDS role
  • IDS internetwork topology deployment
  • Monitoring traffic at the network border
  • Traffic analysis on switched networks
  • Firewall architecture
  • Sensor network architecture
  • Hacking techniques - recognizing
  • Points of attack - determining
  • Mapping out the territory
  • IDS - detecting probes and scans
  • Attacks - detecting in progress
  • Buffer overruns - how they are crafted
  • Denial of service attacks - detecting
  • Protocol analyzers - protecting against misuse
  • Attacks
  • IDS - managing and maintaining
  • Automating responses
  • ISS Realsecure
  • NFR: Network Flight Recorder
  • Custom attack signatures - developing
  • IDSs

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