Host-based Intrusion Prevention Systems (HIPS) go beyond traditional anti-virus software in protecting computers based on the systems behavior, and defend against the increasing number of zero-day threats, rootkits and other malware.
What does HIP stand for?
HIP stands for Host-Based Intrusion Prevention System
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 318 other meanings of HIP in our Acronym Attic
- Home Installation Professionals
- Home Investment Package (Anaheim, CA Public Utilities Department)
- Homeless Initiative Partnership (Florida)
- Homes in Partnership, Inc.
- Hoover Institution Press
- Hormone and Information Processing (study)
- Hospital Indemnity Plan
- Hospital Infections Program (US CDC)
- Host Identity Protocol
- Host Interface Processor
- Hot Isostatic Pressing
- Housing Initiatives Program (various organizations)
- Howitzer Improvement Program
- HRU Interface Processor
- Hrvatski Istinski Preporod (Croatian True Revival Party)
- HSSI Interface Processor (Cisco)
- Human Information Processing
- Human Interactive Proof
- Human Interface Parser
- Hunger Intervention Program (Seattle, WA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
TruPrevent(TM) Technologies: host-based intrusion prevention system The TruPrevent(TM) intrusion prevention system detects and blocks unknown viruses that other conventional antivirus solutions are frequently unable to neutralize.
McAfee Systems will encompass the existing McAfee endpoint security products (such as anti-virus and personal firewalls), the Entercept host-based intrusion prevention systems, and its Magic Solutions helpdesk systems.
com), a security software company that specializes in host-based intrusion prevention systems, announced that Third Brigade Deep Security supports the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system.
F-Secure's remotely managed multi-tier Host-based Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) and rootkit scan for workstations offer enterprises with the kind of robust data security protection they need.
This includes network and host-based intrusion prevention systems (IPSs), vulnerability-facing filters that can block any attack on known vulnerabilities and advanced non-signature-based mechanisms for malicious code detection at e-mail edge servers.
Personal IPS is a host-based Intrusion Prevention System providing secure data communications services to both consumer and corporate customers in Japan.
This added functionality further moves Blink Professional from the Host-based Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) market segment into a completely new category known as Unified Client Security, in which multiple security functions are consolidated onto a single, centrally managed agent.