The intrusion detection system (IDS) can monitor the traffic on the network, search for suspicious activities and known threats through the system, and issue threat warnings when such items are discovered. The overall goal of IDS is to notify the IT department in times of unusual behavior that may be occurring in the system. The threat warning usually contains information about the source address of the intrusion, the target/victim address, and the type of suspicious attack. Enterprise IT departments can learn about potential malicious activities in their technical environment by deploying intrusion detection systems. Each IDS is programmed to analyze traffic and identify patterns. In this mode, IDS can identify traffic that may indicate various cyber attacks. In addition, intrusion detection systems can detect traffic that is problematic for specific software.
There are two types of Intrusion detection systems (IDS): host-based intrusion detection systems and network-based intrusion detection systems. The key to distinguishing between these two types is where the sensors of the intrusion detection software are placed (host/endpoint or network). In addition to the above classification methods, some experts even further subdivided the intrusion detection market, including boundary IDS, VM (virtual machine) -based IDS, stack-based IDS, signature-based IDS, and abnormal behavior-based IDS. Regardless of the type, the technology usually has the same function, that is, it is designed to detect intrusive behavior at the location of the sensor and timely feedback the abnormal behavior detected to the security analyst. IDS (as a system) has been replaced by IPS and next-generation firewalls. These tools adopt the concept of IDS and supplement it with many new functions and protection layers, including behavior analysis, web filtering, application identity management, and other control functions, etc.
In response to the current cybersecurity threats, LIFARS will be offering new and innovative Remote Cyber Security Solutions Suite: the DAILY TRUTH, short-term incident response retainer, and remote worker cyber resilience. As the pandemic grows, threat actors are taking advantage of businesses and organizations. LIFARS offers a daily proactive threat hunt of potential threats living on your network. During these trying times, with your IT and Cybersecurity Teams diverted, LIFARS DAILY TRUTH will provide a daily cyber threat hunt on your network, on a temporary basis.
- A daily, proactive threat hunt to uncover the adverse actors on your network;
- A daily report on our findings;
- Weekly and monthly reports to track the changes and progress;
- A month-to-month service designed to augment and complement your existing security department.
The mass workforce transformation that we are living through, trending toward telecommuters, increases the pool of cyber victims and encourages attackers to make the effort. Along with this shift, LIFARS is observing the increased variation of attacks and increased susceptibility to attacks. LIFARS understands that it can be challenging to make a long-term commitment during such a time of uncertainty. However, one thing that is especially important NOW is to control what can be controlled and to ensure that your organization’s most vital assets are protected. Furthermore, it is essential for organizations to ensure that they are ready to respond to a cyber-attack.