The traditional business network has several access points to other networks, both public and private. The challenge is to maintain the security of these networks while being open to their core users. Today, the attacks are so complex that they can frustrate the best security systems, especially those that are still working under the assumption that networks can be protected by encryption or firewalls. Unfortunately, these technologies alone are not enough to combat today's attacks.

How can potential incidents be detected in time to take adequate measures to avoid financial losses?

Intrusion Detection is a process of monitoring events occurring in corporate networks as well as analysis of signs of possible incidents or violations. Preventing penetration is the process of identifying and stopping detected incidents. These security measures are known as Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), which become part of the security environment to detect and stop potential incidents. Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) continuously monitor the network, identify and record information, stop and report possible incidents.

IDS is for those of you who are looking for visibility and IPS, for those who want control.