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Intrusion Detection and Prevention for 802.11 Wireless LANs
Analyzes the leading products and vendors in the rapidly developing market for monitoring systems that alert network managers to breaches of WLAN security and possible malevolent attacks.
Monitoring systems that alert network managers to breaches of security policy and possible malevolent attacks are vital to enterprise adoption of wireless LANs and are a key area of product development for established wireless LAN infrastructure vendors. Use the links below to sample extracts from the report.
Table of contents (0104toc.pdf)
The price of wireless intrusion detection systems (IDS) varies widely, according to data in this table (product names removed). (Excerpt 1)
Startups are behind most of the innovation in the wireless IDS. This chart analyzes their financial positions (vendors' names removed). (Excerpt 2)
There are several network architectures for wireless IDS systems. Various approaches are summarized in this chart (vendorís names removed). (Excerpt 3)
The report includes individual analysis of the products and services marketed by 11 wireless IDS vendors.
Wireless IDS vendors analyzed in this report:
AirDefense Inc.; Airespace; AirMagnet Inc.; Aruba Wireless Networks; IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM); Network Chemistry; Newbury Networks; Red-M; StillSecure; Vigilant Minds; Vigilar; WildPackets; WiMetrics
Wireless infrastructure vendors referenced in this report:
Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO); Extreme Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTR); Foundry Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: FDRY); Nortel Networks Corp. (NYSE: NT); Proxim Corp. (Nasdaq: PROX); Symbol Technologies Inc. (NYSE: SBL); Trapeze Networks Inc.
Total Pages: 15
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