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Monitoring security tools

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Splunk event monitoring

Tripwire

CyberArk

Which one would you guys recommend and would are some other tools would you recommend instead.
Thanks.
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You can use an IPS,snort.

It all depends on what it is you are securing and monitoring.

the three you mentioned are good and might fit your needs which are currently unkown.

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Do you want to detect(IDS tools) or prevent (IPS tool). IDS will give you a log of things that happen. IPS will change your network to to protect it.
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Good enough.
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