April 09, 2011

INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM (IDS) – USAMA NADEEM (KBAM)

Intrusion detection system (IDS) is one of the most effective methods for the protection of the important organizational information. It is an application that helps to monitor system activities for the protection of the system from unauthorized access and misuse. It is a very useful application and is used by many organizations worldwide. It was mostly used in large organizations before due to high price and also small organizations not choosing to spend much on system security but now it is also used in small organizations. It is a very efficient tool since password protection and other old techniques are not as effective as they used to be and protect data from theft and misuse. It helps to identify possible issues, monitor the usage of system and report the activities to the security administrators.

So, it is really important since it protects important organizational information and maintains data security and can be used in the future for effective data protection.


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