Security overload

Wednesday, 14 August 2002, 10:27 PM EST

The Federal Aviation Administration, like many organizations trying to secure large, complex networks, was in a quandary.

Information technology operators at the FAA were overwhelmed by the vast amount of data being generated by the many security devices strategically deployed to keep out the bad guys. With so much data flowing in from firewalls, intrusion-detection systems and other devices, IT security administrators worried that some threats and potential attacks might not be noticed.

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