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Abstract - Technical Program - ID 99

Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention on a Large Network: A Case Study

Tom Dunigan and Greg Hinkel, Oak Ridge National Laboratory


This paper describes the general requirements for an Intrusion Prevention and Detection System and the methods used to prevent and detect intrusions into Oak Ridge National Laboratory's network.  In this paper we describe actual intrusions, how they were detected, and how they were handled. We also describe the monitoring tools we use for detecting intrusions.
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