Mission Control Intrusion Detection
The Intrusion Detection service protects an organization's network at the perimeter and is one of the building blocks of a robust infrastructure. The network traffic is scanned continuously and key personnel are alerted if there is a security breach. The Intrusion Detection service uses a combination of protocol and signature inspection methods to analyze network traffic and detect network threats, making it possible to respond to suspected intrusions quickly. Mission Control engineers first analyze the generated alerts, so that the notifications that are sent to customers have a maximum significance and guarantee improved security with reduced management overhead.
An important component for the reliability and relevance of an intrusion detection system is the customer feedback loop implemented in the detection and notification framework. The Intrusion Detection service is capable of representing individual infrastructure constellations, because it is adjusted according to direct input from the customer base, as well as according to inputs generated by the Mission Control Operations Centers.