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    CBT Nuggets – Cisco 642-533: CCSP IPS Specialist

    By admin | August 10, 2010

    An Intrusion Prevention System creates virtual "trip-lines" to catch threatening traffic. Even if an intruder makes it past your firewall or other network defense systems, the IPS sensor catches them, sounds an alarm, and even blocks their movement through your network.

    Customizable IPS recognizes and stops most types of attacks. When your IPS identifies an attack’s signature, it alerts you that your network could be in danger. It also watches for other danger signals, including unexpected activity from specific computers on the network, or protocols modified to work in non-standard ways.

    Exam-Pack: 642-533 IPS will show you how to deploy, configure and maintain IPS sensors on your corporate network.

    What You’ll Learn

    Video 1: The Areas of Attack: Network Security Overview|24:12

    Video 2: How IPS Can Help Your Network|37:58

    Video 3: Understanding and Using the IPS Command Line Interface|35:43

    Video 4: Understanding and Using IPS Device Manager|28:39

    Video 5: IPS Sensor Basic Configuration|36:39

    Video 6: IPS Signatures: Understanding Signatures and Alerts, Part 1|32:25

    Video 7: IPS Signatures: Understanding Signatures and Alerts, Part 2|41:05

    Video 8: IPS Signatures: Signature Engines, Part 1|26:21

    Video 9: IPS Signatures: Signature Engines, Part 2|34:54

    Video 10: IPS Signatures: Configuring Signature Parameters|36:01

    Video 11: IPS Signatures: Tuning Signatures|34:51

    Video 12: IPS Signatures: Creating Custom Signatures|29:08

    Video 13: IPS Sensor Advanced Configuration: IPS Sensor Tuning|21:30

    Video 14: IPS Sensor Advanced Configuration: Event Actions|27:27

    Video 15: Integrating IPS with Other Cisco Devices|39:50

    Video 16: IPS Maintenance and Monitoring: System-Level Functions|40:52

    Video 17: IPS Maintenance and Monitoring: Keeping Tabs on Your Sensor|23:04

    Video 18: Cisco’s IDS Network Module for Routers|29:04

    Video 19: Cisco’s IDS Network Module for 6500 Switches|14:49

    Video 20: Introduction to IPS Update Series|06:55

    Video 21: New Features, Products, and Concepts*|22:50

    Video 22: IPS Update Part 2|29:39

    Video 23: IPS IOS 6.0 Risk Ratings Components|15:07

    Video 24: Anomaly Detection (AD)|23:42

    Video 25: Passive Operating System Fingerprinting POSFP|11:43


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