TriGeo Network Security, a provider of security information and event management (SIEM) technology for midmarket enterprises, has launched SIM Version 5.0, designed for midmarket organisations in financial services, healthcare, government, utility, retail and media/entertainment.
The new version combines behavioral analysis rules, real-time database monitoring and the automated responses. Its in-memory correlation engine has an event analysis capacity that exceeds 10 million simultaneous events while its database enhances data analysis and report performance, the company claims.
In addition, the rule builder comes stocked with more than 650 pre-configured correlation rules and active responses that addresses security concerns such as account lockouts or unauthorised installation or use of third-party applications.
The USB-Defender provides endpoint detection and protection capabilities with local policy enforcement that prevents the use of unauthorised USB devices on all connected, mobile and disconnected systems. In addition, the new interface includes an operation centre dashboard; and a new console is enabled with drag-and-drop capabilities, TriGeo said.
According to TriGeo Network, the product’s real-time monitoring of databases provides detection and prevention of rogue admin access, SQL injection and other data integrity threats. The reporting console includes coverage for every compliance initiative, including the PCI DSS, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GBLA), the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Michelle Dickman, president and CEO of TriGeo Network Security, said: “We created the market for real-time log analysis to proactively defend the network, and we continue to lead that market by delivering the most innovative SIEM technology available. While other security vendors are focused on cutting costs in a tough economy, we never stop investing in the future to keep our customers out ahead of emerging security threats.”