Intrusion Detection using Solaris' Basic Security Module

by David Endler
Sept. 19, 2017 1 comment Symantec Detection & Response firewall

In our existing online world, intrusion detection has become a necessary expense. Not only does intrusion detection validate the effectiveness of border access controls (e.g., firewalls, screening routers, etc.), but it also helps combat the persistence of insider abuse and corporate espionage. For this reason, intrusion detection systems (IDSs) have become an essential component in creating any comprehensive network infrastructure. Intrusion detection systems rely on network traffic and/or system audit data as their main input sources. It is evident that an IDS can be only as powerful as the detail of the audit information fueling it. For instance, a host-based IDS monitoring only the syslog audit trail will be much less capable, than say, one that also examines /var/log/messages and the wtmp logs.

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2flash 1 month ago

Learned really a lot about the IDS monitoring because of your presentation! Big up!

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