IPS Tech Tip - Evasions - TCP/IP examples and handling - Sig team presentation
Its summer time and nothing evokes cool quite like a discussion into the TCP / IP stack and how creative attacker types try to hide attacks behind it. This presentation will feature a security researcher from our signature team and will be the first of several presentations on evastions and how the Cisco IPS handle them.
We hope that you can make it.
Robert Albach invites you to attend a 30-45 minute Web seminar on the Cisco IPS internal operations using WebEx. This event requires registration.
Topic: Cisco IPS Tech Tips - Handling Evasions Host: Robert Albach Date and Time: August 25, 2011 9:30 am, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
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