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IDPS analyzes packet activity for indications of network attack, misuse, and anomalies.
The service then generates alerts and records suspicious events. The service also supports connectivity to extranets and public networks such as the Internet.
The specific details can be found within each Contractors Networx contract files and pricing notes for OWS.
For more information on the general OWS specifications and requirements, please refer to backbone infrastructure for geographically dispersed Agency locations.
The figure shows two independent network based VPNs interconnecting Agency sites with various forms of dial, broadband, and dedicated access to the contractor's network.
The basic building blocks are comprised of the following: Each Networx contractor may provide variations or alternatives to the offering and pricing for OWS.
IDPS serves as a component of the Agency's security infrastructure by providing an extra layer of protection for its internal networks.
The specific details can be found within each Contractor's Networx contract files and pricing notes for IDPS.Tunnels usually terminate at the contractor's edge router.The following diagram illustrates a layered architecture for NBIP-VPNS with its basic building blocks.IDPS supports corrective responses to stop or alleviate malicious attacks.
IDPS helps to maintain the availability of Agency mission-critical resources.
For more information on the general IDPS specifications and requirements, please refer to The Networx contracts require a basic level of security management for its contractors that ensures compliance with Federal Government generally accepted security principles and practices, or better.