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NetFlow Security Monitoring for Dummies

Posted on March 21, 2012 in Books | by

This book takes you through the basics of NetFlow analysis for information security purposes, including details on what NetFlow is, how it works, who is on the network doing what, and how you can enable it to yield actionable security intelligence. It also provides insight for how to address specific security risks with NetFlow analysis.

In NetFlow Security Monitoring For Dummies you’ll find:

  • Information on the role that NetFlow intelligence plays in a network security infrastructure
  • How to use NetFow to adapt security controls in the face of evolving network demands
  • Best practices for developing and implementing a scalable NetFlow-based monitoring and analysis strategy
  • How to correlate NetFlow records with information from other systems
  • Top ten reasons to use NetFlow for security

For more, request a free copy of NetFlow Security Monitoring for Dummies.

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Mike Chapple, CISSP, Ph.D.

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