Today's networks incorporate more security features than ever before, yet
hacking grows more common and more severe. Technology alone is not the
answer. You need the knowledge to select and deploy the technology
effectively, and the guidance of experts to develop a comprehensive plan that
keeps your organization two steps ahead of mischief and thievery. Active
Defense: A Comprehensive Guide to Network Security gives you precisely the
knowledge and expertise you're looking for. You'll work smarter by day, and
sleep easier by night.
• Configuring Cisco router security features
• Selecting and configuring a firewall
• Configuring an Intrusion Detection System
• Providing data redundancy
• Configuring a Virtual Private Network
• Recognizing hacker attacks
• Getting up-to-date security information
• Locking down Windows NT and 2000 servers
• Securing UNIX, Linux, and FreeBSD systems
• Protecting NetWare servers from attack
About the Authors
Chris Brenton is a network consultant specializing in network security and
multiprotocol environments. He is the author of several Sybex books,
including Mastering Cisco Routers.
Cameron Hunt is a network professional specializing in information security.
He has worked for the U.S. military and a wide range of corporations. He
currently serves as a trainer and consultant.
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