Managed IPS Georgia

Intrusion Prevention IPS

Managed IPS in Georgia Techniques should be mandated, especially with the array of risks, viruses, and vulnerabilities that only continue to grow! Security Administrators are constantly preparing for these risks associated with the ever-changing, ever-evolving risk-filled technological environment.

Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) are invaluable tools that are becoming more necessary; even with today's firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and other network protection measures, hosts are still vulnerable to attacks by these proficient hackers through all the different portals and routes.

Managed IPS in Georgia is essential with the multitude of risks, viruses, and vulnerabilities that only continue to grow, and security administrators need to constantly prepare for and mitigate these risks associated with the ever-changing, ever-evolving risk-filled technological environment.

Here is our Managed IPS in Georgia Checklist: Please give us a call to provide you with the assistance you need after you ask yourself the following questions:

  • How effectively are you protected from unknown zero-day attacks?/Are you protected at all?
  • Do you waste valuable and "would be" productive time managing multiple security
    applications?
  • Are you protected from mobile user threats and breaches?
  • How do you handle the window of time from when a threat is announced to when it is
    being exploited?
To mitigate risks and thereby reduce threats, Information Security needs to be based on a layering effect of technologies which provide you with an umbrella of protection. The introduction of Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) offers one more much-needed layer.

Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) protect hosts from the network layers all the way up to the application layer, against known and unknown malicious attacks.

Although IPS are actually the next generation IDS, there will always be a need to keep these technologies separate in order to allow depth in overall protection; thus, firewalls will need IDS, and the network will need IPS. Each technology is bound to each other with dependencies that will not disappear.

Any single technology represents a singular point of failure and results in too much risk. Employing the different technologies in concert brings risk exposure to threats down to acceptable levels. In addition, combining multiple host protection technologies into a single host protection solution significantly reduces management costs. When developing a host protection strategy, only a comprehensive solution will keep you ahead of the next threat.

Targeted attacks require a more granular approach to applying security controls. Let us show you ways to survive when your organization becomes a cybercriminal's next target.

Complementary Services
IT Audit / Compliance Assurance Program
IT Risk Assessment
Enterprise Risk Management
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