Intrusion Prevention/Detection Review

It is critical for organizations to have network intrusion detection (IDS) and prevention (IPS) devices functioning properly in order to alert and respond to potential network security events. Many organizations spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on network security recording and alerting devices, but do not have the capabilities or resources to properly configure and analyze the alerts from these devices, thus this data becomes more of an organizational liability than an asset.

In helping our clients review their IDS/IPS systems we assist with the testing, tuning and monitoring processes. We work with a variety of products and recommend solutions that best meet our clients needs.

case studies

 
big problem:
A not-for-profit client out of 401(k) compliance.
big thinking:
Allowing more contributions by highly paid employees.
 
big problem:
Hackers attempting a six-figure wire transfer.
big thinking:
Rapid action spearheaded active containment and response.

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