Best Practices for Host-Based Intrusion (HIPS)
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"Best Practices for Host-Based Intrusion (HIPS)"

In this white paper, “Best Practices for Host-Based Intrusion (HIPS)”, you will find out about the demand for host intrusion prevention systems, what evaluation criteria to use when choosing a HIPS strategy and best practices for deployment in this special Yankee Group report.

In this compelling Yankee Group report learn more about Host intrusion prevention (HIP) systems, their benefits and how to evaluate a solution for your organization.

HIPS have exploded onto the market to preserve the integrity of server configurations against network attacks. It is truly the last line of defense for networked applications in proactively repelling intrusions from external and internal sources.

Enterprises can build static perimeter defenses and scan for malicious code containing a known exploit, but these measures are not generally effective against well-known attacks and are utterly futile against zeroday attacks.

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