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March 10, 2017 | Architecture, Configuration and Segmentation
By Marcus Ranum, IANS Faculty

 Securing Your Network With Overlapping Controls

Many security practitioners complain about being flooded with alerts and vulnerabilities, because they don't get to design their systems so that the alerts are useful. Segmentation is one of many techniques these practitioners can use to manage alerts and reduce breach
impact. In this webinar, IANS Faculty Marcus Ranum and Ron Dilley describe a model for administratively breaking your network apart into management "zones" that can be analyzed and secured separately.

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April 7, 2017 | Password Management
By IANS Faculty, IANS Faculty

 Poll: What Are the Best Password Strategies?

Password guidelines seems to change all the time. With new recommendations from NIST and vendors like Microsoft cropping up, how can enterprises determine the best approach? In this report, IANS Faculty Rich Guida, John Galda, Jason Gillam, Kevin Beaver, Marcus Ranum and Stephen McHenry offer their opinions and some rules of thumb for creating strong, enforceable password policies.

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May 16, 2017 | Threat Detection and Hunt Teaming
By Marcus Ranum, IANS Faculty

 Building a Low-Interaction Honeypot on Linux

A low-interaction honeypot is a great threat detection tool, but it can be difficult to create and configure. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Marcus Ranum steps through the process of building a Linux-based honeypot with specific services, such as Telnet, SSH, etc.

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