Analyzing IDS Data

by Chris Jordan Sept. 1, 2017 via Symantec

Intrusion Detection services are experiencing a hot bed of activity on the venture capital list. It seems that everyone involved with networking or security of some type is trying to roll out and sell these services. The problem for these companies is that the maturity of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) alone is insufficient to create a level of quality. The number of persons that have experience with large scale IDS is small in comparison to the number that are going to be hired by these firms. So, how are large-scale IDS networks successful with low experience personnel and an immature technology? The answer is that the solution architectures are surrounded by processes.