By Dale Tesch
We received a MARS field at my paintings, so I grabbed this e-book to wake up to snuff. It was once a really stressful and complicated publication. the 1st 0.33 of the publication appeared to be semi-marketing fluff, and really brought on me to notice "hahaha" in a single of the margins. In a few decade of operating via technical books, and a BA in political technology (which led me to learn a few heavily pompous material), i have by no means performed THAT.*Overall i did not locate the e-book that worthy. when you are particularly new to infosec (I'm no longer condescending right here, everybody was new at every little thing) it will probably have sufficient new details hidden among the MBA-speak to maintain your recognition, yet i discovered myself skimming much, and finally simply tossed the publication aside.On the brilliant part you could sometimes locate valuable fabric in it as a reference booklet. due to the fact it truly is mild on technical info for it is weight, do not anticipate that an excessive amount of, yet it is not absolutely dead. for instance i used to be capable of finding MARS' position in our infrastructure with reference to Netflow with this publication, (MARS as a collector is security-focused, and never a formal fundamental collector for site visitors engineering, which makes entire sense), yet to set it up hence I needed to google round and at last came across a truly sturdy MARS blog.So i would say that in case you have a MARS field, get your paintings to shop for you this ebook since it will sometimes be convenient, might be shaving a couple of minutes off of a google consultation. If i used to be paying i might bypass it.* the road that triggered me to really burst into laughter really claimed particular set of practices surrounding the MARS field made it impenetrable. If I had the booklet at domestic instantaneously i might quote it, so readers may perhaps bear in mind the Oracle "unbreakable" debacle and smile.
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Extra info for Security Threat Mitigation and Response: Understanding Cisco Security MARS
This solution now provides not just defense in-depth and the capability to learn and respond but it also enables your security-response engineers to streamline the process of recognizing and responding to attacks. That recognition and response is exactly the purpose of the CS-MARS STM appliance. CS-MARS Log Integration CS-MARS is capable of collecting, correlating, analyzing, and storing data from thousands of different systems. This includes not only security systems, but also network devices, hosts, servers, and applications.
Takes protective action and can shut down a Layer 2 port if it's determined that a host is behaving badly. Sends alerts to CS-MARS for correlation and analysis to be used with syslogs and events from other security servers. CS-MARS uses this data to determine threat conditions and to formulate the correct response to that threat. CS-MARS extends the self-defending network by providing a much-needed layer of automated threat identification and response. The following features of CS-MARS were discussed: • Automated log integration Provides a single source for log aggregation • Automated threat response Automatically learns the network topology, analyzes security alerts, and provides up-to-date accurate threat information.
This traffic is defined by your security policy. Traffic filtering is deployed to ensure that outside users have access to only devices and services that you have defined. These are common types of Internet traffic that enterprises allow in their networks: • Clear-text web traffic (HTTP), for viewing noncritical data. • Encrypted and authenticated web traffic (HTTPS/SSL), for secure transactions and viewing critical data. • Domain Name Services (DNS), to handle Internet requests to translate domain names that you own to IP addresses.
Security Threat Mitigation and Response: Understanding Cisco Security MARS by Dale Tesch