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An overview of the evolution of Internet firewalls with a look towards the future. Printed in the June 1999 issue of Cisco’s The Internet Protocol Journal. A primer for enterprise system and network protection. A Performance Computing Special Report from the July 1999 issue.
Firewalls: Are We Asking Too Much? Information Security magazine cover story, May, 1999. Allowing a new service through a firewall is easy. Some are true, some just sound true. It is important to know which is which.
An overview of the passive and active techniques that work together to help systems administrators stay on top of intrusion perils. Windows NT system security problems and how to plug them. This is a Performance Computing April 1999 review of Sendmail, Inc. Originally published in Data Security Management, February 1999. This article discusses the initial work that must be done to establish a network and computer security perimeter. Specifically, we discuss business needs analysis, risk assessments, security policy development, and the selection of mechanisms and establishment of methods. This is a discussion of biometric authentication devices, such as fingerprint readers, voice recognition systems, and retinal scanners.
From the Computer Security Alert Number 185, August 1998. This article discusses all the things that make up the establishment of computer and network security. A short paper written to explain some of the basic terminology. Originally published in the TIS Data Security Letter in 1996.
This is a short editorial arguing for doing the groundwork of network security. There has been much discussion and marketing hype surrounding application gateways and stateful multilevel inspection as architectures for firewall development. After a lengthy discussion on the firewalls mailing list, the authors wrote and distributed this paper. It is the result of experience, observation, and input from the members of the firewalls mailing list. A brief article discussing VPNs and how they are supported by Internet firewalls. Proceedings of the ISOC NDSS Symposium, 1996. This paper, coauthored by Marcus Ranum, discusses a research project for DARPA in which two of the goals were to raise the level of network and computer security for the White House and to securely put the President on-line for e-mail access.
1996 Based on a short training session for the US Secret Service on the methods to use to trace electronic mail, this paper should be helpful for system managers and postmasters. The Seven Tenets of Good Security. Originally published in the BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS REVIEW, January 1994. This magazine articles is an introduction to Internet Firewalls and, though old by Internet standards, is still useful. By Becky Bace in PDF format. An article written by Aurobind Sundaram in the Association for Computing Machinery’s newsletter Crossroads. An excellent primer on Intrusion Detection.
A well done FAQ that covers the core concepts of Intrusion Detection on several operating systems. A brief Whitepaper by Peter Stephenson that covers the basics. The Computer Security Institute is a membership organization that serves and trains IS professionals on how to protect their networks. Although most of their site content is available to members only, some excellent material is available.
Check out the CSI Roundtable discussion on present and future intrusion detection systems. An excellent place to delve into the world of intrusion detection. 1998 to provide an open forum in which developers could work toward common goals such as educating end users, creating industry standards, product interoperability, and maintaining product integrity. Home of the SRI International Computer Science Laboratory. Can Intrusion Detection Keep an Eye on Your Network? Catching network and host attacks as they happen sn? Intrusion detection can be your eyes and ears throughout the enterprise.
An Article in BYTE Magazine by Michael Hurwicz. Discusses the differences between host and network based detection systems and does a brief comparison of some of the major products on the market. A sample chapter from MS Press Security, Audit, and Control Book. Hacker Alert – Intrusion Detection Software is hot , but can it really stop Hacker’s cold? An excellent and unique article by Lance Spitzner on how to create a lab environment to teach and learn how hackers test system vulnerabilities.
Intrusion Detection Tools to stop hackers cold. Intrusion detection spots bad things happening in your network? A great article by Brian Robinson. Tracking intruders back to their lairs may require an Internet posse. How to build and implement a simple intrusion detection system using TCP Wrappers and other tools.