Distributed wireless security monitoring systems

Thursday, 9 February 2006, 10:53 AM EST

It's been more than 6 months since our last comparative review of wireless IDS products. In the past few weeks, two of the participating vendors in that review--one an established player and one a relative newcomer to the market--have introduced significant upgrades to their products. AirDefense has pushed forward with its forensic analysis, which adds a great deal of insight into the history of your wireless space, while AirTight Networks has filled out its feature set and enhanced its autoclassification capability. With security concerns escalating, there's no time like the present to take another look at how the wireless IDS market is evolving.

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