Tag Archives: NG-IPS

Beware Of The Red Dragon

I have dedicated several posts to NG-IPS, the next step of the evolution in network security (or better to say context security). I have pointed out that one of the main features of this kind of devices is the capability to enforce Location Based security services. Now it is time to make some practical examples indicating how Geo Protection features may be helpful and why they are needed in this troubled days.... Read More

Moving Security Model From Content To Context

In these days I visited several customers to talk about technology trends for 2012. With the occasion I decided to collect all the articles written in my blog concerning Advanced Persistent Threats and Related Technologies in a single, very short, presentation, and consequently uploaded it to SlideShare. Feel free to give it a look as a reference. My perception is that next year we will often hear talking about APTs and NG-IPS (and, more in general, about context-aware security Technologies).... Read More

Advanced Persistent Threats and Human Errors

In these days many people are asking me what they can do to stop an Advanced Persistent Threat. Although security firms are running fast to develop new technologies to thwart these attack vectors (sophisticated SIEMs and a new breed of network security devices, the so called Next Generation IPSs), unfortunately I am afraid the answer is not so easy. I might spend thousands of words to figure out the answer, but I would not be able to give a better representation than this cartoon I found a couple of days ago in the Imperva Blog.... Read More

Are You Ready For The Next Generation IPS?

Advanced Persistent Threats are changing the information security paradigm and Next Generation IPS will probably be, together with SIEM, the new weapons in the hands of information security professionals for stopping this new category of threats that are proving to be the real nightmares for CISOs in this troubled 2011.... Read More