Posted by Michael Vizard Jan 30, 2012 12:27:28 PM
One of the issues that a lot of organizations have with IT security is that it’s costly to implement and difficult to manage. While there has been a lot of progress on both of those fronts lately, it hasn’t been dramatic. As a result, a lot of organizations are deploying anti-malware software on the endpoint and a firewall at the perimeter. But adoption of intrusion-detection systems (IDS) has been spotty because they generally require expensive dedicated appliances that can be hard to manage.