Where to place an intrusion detection system (IDS) is an important first question, but it’s far from the last decision you’ll make as you work to protect your enterprise from zero-day attacks like SolarWinds.

Once you’ve selected a location — on the network, on your devices, or, at a more granular level, on your applications, — you must next choose which kind of detection your IDS will use. What kinds of information should your IDS monitor?

One popular type of IDS is rule-based, which means the system identifies intruders based on rules that someone has written. Blacklisting is an example…


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