Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection System (Hardcover)

Earl Carter

  • 出版商: Cisco Press
  • 出版日期: 2001-10-01
  • 定價: $1,500
  • 售價: 1.3$199
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 871
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 158705034X
  • ISBN-13: 9781587050343
  • 相關分類: Cisco

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Implement network surveillance system for 24-hour security with the official CSIDS Coursebook.

  • The only book that concentrates solely on implementation of Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection Systems.
  • Full of configuration techniques and security management details.
  • Based on officially developed course materials from Cisco Systems.
Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection Systems provides a clear explanation of why network security is crucial in today's converged networking environment, how CSIDS improves the security on a network, and how to install and configure CSIDS. The Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection System (CSIDS) is a real-time, network-based IDS designed to detect, report, and terminate unauthorized activity throughout a network. The industry's first and now the market-leading IDS, the CSIDS is the dynamic security component of Cisco's end-to-end security product line.

Earl Carter is a Security Research Engineer and member of the Security Technologies Assessment Team (STAT) for Cisco Systems, Inc. where he performs security evaluations on numerous Cisco products including everything from the PIX Firewall to Atliga and other VPN solutions to Cisco CallManager. The STAT team developed the initial prototype that has evolved into the current Gigabit IDS solution. Earl started with Cisco doing research for Cisco Secure IDS (formerly NetRanger) and Cisco Secure Scanner (formerly NetSonar). Earl began learning about computer security at the Air Force Information Warfare Center, where his primary responsibility was the securing of Air Force networks against attacks. Earl has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and he is currently working on attaining his CCNP certification.

Table of Contents


1. Need for Network Security.
Security Threats. Security Concepts. The Phases of an Attack. Attack Methodologies. Network Attack Points. Hacking Tools and Techniques.

2. Cisco Security Wheel.
Securing the Network. Monitoring Network Security. Testing Network Security. Improving Network Security.


3. Intrusion Detection Systems.
IDS Triggers. IDS Monitoring Locations. Hybrid Characteristics.

4. Cisco Secure IDS Overview.
System Function and Features. Sensor Platforms and Modules. Director Platforms. Cisco Secure IDS and the PostOffice Protocol.


5. Cisco Secure IDS Sensor Deployment.
Preparing for Deployment: Analyzing Your Network Topology. Executing the Deployment: Sensor Installation Considerations.

6. Cisco Secure Policy Manager Installation.
CSPM Overview. CSPM Installation Requirements. CSPM Installation Settings and Options. Starting CSPM.

7. 4200 Series Sensor Installation Within CSPM.
Understanding the Sensor Appliance. Configuring the Sensor Bootstrap. Adding a Sensor to a CSPM Director.


8. Working with Cisco Secure IDS Alarms in CSPM.
Managing Alarms. Customizing the Event Viewer. Preference Settings. Connection Status Pane.

9. Understanding Cisco Secure IDS Signatures.
Signature Definition. Signature Classes. Signature Types. Signature Severity.

10. Signature Series.
IP Signatures (1000 Series). ICMP Signatures (2000 Series). TCP Signatures (3000 Series). UDP Signatures (4000 Series). Web/HTTP Signatures (5000 Series). Cross-Protocol Signatures (6000 Series). String-Matching Signatures (8000 Series). Policy-Violation Signatures (10000 Series).


11. Sensor Configuration Within CSPM.
CSPM Sensor Configuration Screens. Basic Configuration Changes. Log File Configuration. Advanced Configuration Changes. Pushing a New Configuration to Your Sensor.

12. Signature and Intrusion Detection Configuration.
Basic Signature Configuration. Signature Templates. Signature Filtering. Advanced Signature Configuration. Creating ACL Signatures.

13. IP Blocking Configurations.
Understanding ACLs. ACL Placement Considerations. Configuring the Sensor for IP Blocking.

14. Catalyst 6000 IDS Module Configuration.
Understanding the Catalyst 6000 IDS Module. IDSM Ports and Traffic Flow. Capturing Traffic. Configuration Tasks. Updating IDSM Components. Troubleshooting.


15. Cisco Secure ID Director Installation.
Director Software Installation. Starting the Director. Sensor Configuration.

16. The Configuration File Management Utility (nrConfigure).
Working with nrConfigure. Host Types for Add Host Wizard. Connecting to a Previously Configured Sensor. Verifying That the Sensor Is Added to nrConfigure. Verifying That the Sensor Is Added to the Cisco Secure IDS Submap. Deleting a Sensor. Removing the Sensor Icon. Working with the Configuration Library.

17. Cisco IOS Firewall Intrusion Detection System.
Cisco IOS Firewall IDS and Intrusion Detection. Supported Router Platforms. Deployment Issues. Signatures. Configuration Tasks.


18. Planned Cisco Secure IDS Enhancements.
Version 3.0. Version 4.0. Sensor Enhancements. Cisco Secure IDS-User-Defined Signatures.


Appendix A: Deploying Intrusion Detection: Case Studies.
Using Cisco IOS Firewall IDS. Sending SYSLOG Data to a Cisco Secure IDS Sensor. Managing a Router with a Cisco Secure IDS Sensor. Cisco Secure IDS Tiered Director Hierarchy. Setting Up Multiple IDSM Blades in the Same Chassis.

Appendix B: Cisco Secure IDS Architecture.
Cisco Secure IDS Software Architecture. Cisco Secure IDS Communications. Cisco Secure IDS Commands. Cisco Secure IDS Directory Structure. Cisco Secure IDS Configuration Files. Communications.

Appendix C: Cisco Secure ID Director Basic Troubleshooting.
Director Problems. Sensor Problems. Oracle Problems. Data Management Package Problems. nrConfigure Problems. Online Help and NSDB.

Appendix D: Cisco Secure IDS Log Files.
Levels of Logging. Log File Naming Conventions. Log File Locations. Closing Active Files. Archived Log Files. Event Record Fields.

Appendix E: Advanced Tips 749.
Correcting a Sensor That Does Not Sniff. Using the Sensor COM Port for Console Access. Excluding False-Positive Alarms.

Appendix F: Cisco Secure IDS Signature Structures and Implementations.
Appendix G: Cisco Secure IDS Signatures and Recommended Alarm Levels.
General Signatures. Connection Signatures. String Signatures. ACL Signatures.

Appendix H: Cisco IOS Firewall IDS Signature List.
Information Signatures. Attack Signatures.

Appendix I: Cisco Secure Communications Deployment Worksheet.
Appendix J: Glossary.
Appendix K: Answers to Review Questions.