Security Information Management
The Enterprise Security Manager is a new iteration of our old friend, the NitroView from NitroSecurity. McAfee has found a real winner with this product.
The Trustwave SIEM appliance is designed to collect, normalize, analyze and store events and logs from a wide array of network devices and security products.
The CorreLog Server is a web-based solution that leverages browser technology to present an easy-to-use, multi-platform interface that stresses point-and-click simplicity for the harried network administrator.
EventTracker is designed to track events and track them well.
GFI Software is one of the smaller vendors in the SIEM market. However, size doesn’t matter if you build quality into a product like GFI has done with its GFI EventsManager 2012.
NetIQ’s Sentinel 7 looks deep into Syslogs, simple network management protocol (SNMP) incidents and other event-driven reporting mechanisms to sum up the security health of a network.
SolarWinds is one of the smaller players in the SIEM market, but as a vendor specializing in system management and reporting tools, the company has the intelligence to effectively create a SIEM product.
LCE is all about processing system logs and putting some sense to them in the form of intelligence and correlation.
Part of the fun of doing these product reviews is that we get to see new products as they emerge into the marketplace. AlienVault’s Professional Threat Management S3000 is no exception.
When we first saw LogLogic a few years ago, it was a strong log management appliance that could do some nifty stuff, but overall was focused on log management.
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