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The Chameleon in Your Network --- Combatting the Mutating Threat

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Caleb Barlow

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Today's information security threats don't stand still.  They persevere, adapting to traditional defenses, changing form and appearance quickly and frequently until they succeed in their mission --- to own your most critical assets.   Without defense mechanisms that can accurately detect these types of mutating threats, they will win --- lurking like chameleons in your network.  Is your network intrusion prevention system up to the challenge?  Find out what it takes, and learn how IBM's adaptive threat protection can stop these threats cold in their tracks. 

A key document discussed is the latest NSS Labs 2013 IPS Group Test. Click here to download the report: http://ibm.co/IBM_NSS  If you want to hear more from IBM Security experts on the results click here to attend our Dec 10th webinar: http://ibm.co/HRm4sf 

Other key research documents which will be covered in the podcast are Forrester report: Supporting the Zero Trust Model of Information Security: The Important Role of Today's Intrusion Prevention Systems  http://ibm.co/19elD3M and Tolly Test Report: IBM Security Network Intrusion Prevention System GX7800 - Comparative Efficacy and Performance Evaluation  http://ibm.co/192AP6l

Also discussed in the podcast:  NSS Labs, Network Intrusion Prevention system, IBM GX7800, Network IPS, Total cost of ownership, block rate, comparative analysis reports, security effectiveness, performance capabilities, protocol mixes, attack vector, network intrusion prevention, tested throughput, stability & reliability, evasions, connection dynamics, Latency, HTTP connections.<