The case for intrusion prevention

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There have been many cases reported in both trade and national press recently about the increasing threat of cyber attacks, and the methodology employed to exploit vulnerabilities in security implementations. Despite this increased emphasis on the reality of the threat, many organisations are ignoring the advances in security products and technologies that can significantly increase their resistance to these attacks.

Like insurance, full appreciation of the level of protection often only becomes apparent following a catastrophic event. Third party and comprehensive motor insurance policies can appear to be identical products until such time as an accident occurs. At that instant, the full magnitude of the ...

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