Intrusion detection in the age of compliance

Tuesday, 18 September 2007, 10:49 AM EST

While intrusion-detection technologies are clearly not a hot new thing anymore, they are still the subject of active industry debate. Since the infamous "IDS Is Dead" piece was published by Gartner Inc. in 2003, the discussion about the relevance of intrusion-detection systems to today's world of commercial malware and Web exploits rages on. Furthermore, the relationship of IDS to newer technologies such as intrusion-prevention systems (IPS) and network-behavior anomaly detection (NBA) systems is also commonly discussed in the security community.

At Computerworld.

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