Hey everyone! Long time no see. I’m working up some recaps from Deep Sec in Vienna as well as a few 802.1X-2010 updates. In the meantime…

As promised, I’m letting you know about content I’ve done for Tech Target’s SearchSecurity site (publishers of Information Security Magazine).

Below is a link to the Security School I authored titled “Using IDS and IPS to meet business objectives“. Included in this Security School is the usual video, podcast and tech tip with BONUS quiz. w00t. We all love quizzes, don’t we? You might already know the answers to the questions; if not they’re all contained in the various parts of the school, if you can muddle through listening to my Southern accent for 15-20 minutes. Despite daily refutes, I keep telling myself I don’t have an accent. Apparently, I’m wrong.

Tech Target’s SearchSecurity.com
Security School: Using IDS and IPS to meet business objectives

VIDEO – Meeting business goals with network security technologies
This video will discuss how moving from primary business functions to more detailed business tasks can help identify goals that network security can assist in meeting. 

PODCAST– Countdown: Top 5 ways to tune IDS/IPS to meet business needs
In this podcast, we’ll count down the top five ways to tune an IDS/IPS to make sure it’s meeting the business requirements you purchased it to meet. 

TECH TIP– IDS vs. IPS: How to know when you need the technology
IDS and IPS are useful security technologies, but how do you know whether your enterprise can benefit from one? In this tip, infosec pro Jennifer Jabbusch offers a few specific use cases to help you know when to consider… 

QUIZ: How IDS/IPS can enable business objectives
How much have you learned about integrating IDS/IPS with your enterprise’s business goals? Find out with this short quiz.

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Author, speaker, and recognized authority on network and wireless security architectures, Jennifer (JJ) Minella helps organizations solve technical problems and align teams.

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