Many network security technologies are available these days—from tried and true staples such as network firewalls to newer developments such as Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPSs) and the new anomaly detection and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technologies. Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) and IPSs are gaining some ground as forces such as regulatory compliance drive end-to-end security requirements. enterprise acceptance for some of the other newcomer technologies varies, but it’s clear that network firewalls are here to stay. They remain among the most important core technologies in the network security arsenal, which makes it important to understand…

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