Comparative Study of Traditional and Next Generation IPS

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  • Abstract

    Currently, cyber threats and attacks become a main concern among Internet users. To detect and prevent new and unknown attacks, an intelligent intrusion prevention system (IPS) which is better compared with traditional systems is needed. Furthermore, the Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NIGPS) is more suitable that could provide an intelligent IPS solution for new and unknown attacks. Therefore, this paper presents the limitation of traditional IPS systems, a comparison between IPS and NIGPS and proposes an enhanced model for NIGPS.



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    Detection; Intrusion Prevention System (IPS); Model; Next Generation Network Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS).

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Article ID: 21371
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.15.21371

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