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New Jersey Teams With The Army On Intrusion Detection

The Army will help New Jersey analyze the state’s network as a step in developing an intrusion-detection system. The agreement with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command Research, Development, and Engineering Center based at Fort Monmouth, N.J., is the first such collaboration between the center and a state. Charles Dawson, New Jersey’s chief technology officer, says a comprehensive intrusion-detection program is a key component in the state’s homeland security plans to protect its IT infrastructure from cyberterrorism. The Army will help New Jersey define the operations and architecture needed to deploy an intrusion-detection and response program for the state’s executive branch, which consists of 16 departments. The technical components of the program include host-based intrusion-detection systems, network-based intrusion-detection systems, and security information-management systems. The state also will receive guidance in developing policies and procedures to effectively manage the program. Full Story

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