Os appliances McAfee Event Receiver são responsáveis pela coleta de informações de registros e eventos de centenas de dispositivos de terceiros, incluindo firewalls, dispositivos IDS/IPS, UTMs, switches, roteadores, aplicativos, servidores e estações de trabalho, sistemas de identidade e autenticação, mecanismos de varredura de avaliação de vulnerabilidades e mais. O McAfee Event Receiver usa diversos métodos de coleta, incluindo a coleta passiva de registros, coleta autenticada de registros, CEF, OPSEC, SDEE, XML, ODBC e uma coleta criptografada validada com o FIPS 140-2 Nível 2.
Coleta robusta, correlação poderosa: quando um McAfee Event Receiver coleta um evento, ele analisa todos os detalhes relevantes em uma taxonomia de eventos totalmente normalizada e fornece correlação completa contra todos os eventos para detectar incidentes maiores. O McAfee Event Receiver correlaciona eventos coletados por outros destinatários distribuídos em prol de uma detecção de ameaças que abrange todo o sistema.
Arquitetura de coleta flexível: o McAfee Enterprise Security Manager é compatível com coleta e gerenciamento integrados e totalmente centralizados de eventos, ou com coleta de eventos totalmente distribuída usando appliances Event Receiver dedicados, classificados para uma quantidade de vários milhares a dezenas de milhares de eventos por segundo.
Alta confiabilidade: distribua o McAfee Event Receiver de forma redundante para uma confiabilidade máxima sem nenhum risco de perda de dados.
Preserve e armazene todos os detalhes de eventos analisados e correlacionados em um banco de dados altamente indexado para recuperação e análise rápidas.
Torne a implantação altamente distribuída mais fácil e econômica com appliances virtuais.
Colete mais de 20.000 eventos por segundo com um único McAfee Event Receiver. Cada Event Receiver faz cache de todos os dados coletados localmente para preservar os dados em caso de um erro ou uma interrupção na comunicação de rede.
|Especificações de hardware||ERC-4600||ERC-3450||ERC-2600||ERC-1250|
|Descrição||O McAfee Event Receiver coleta registros de terceiros, eventos e dados para correlação e análise pelo McAfee Enterprise Security Manager||O McAfee Event Receiver coleta registros de terceiros, eventos e dados para correlação e análise pelo McAfee Enterprise Security Manager||O McAfee Event Receiver coleta registros de terceiros, eventos e dados para correlação e análise pelo McAfee Enterprise Security Manager|
|Taxas de coleta||20.000 eventos por segundo||15.000 eventos por segundo||10.000 eventos por segundo||5.000 eventos por segundo|
|Armazenamento local||3 TB||1.8 TB||1.8 TB||1 TB|
Built for big security data, McAfee Global Threat Intelligence for McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) puts the power of McAfee Labs directly into the security monitoring flow using McAfee’s high-speed, highly intelligent security information and event management (SIEM) solution.
O mercado de gerenciamento de eventos e informações de segurança (SIEM) é definido pela necessidade que o cliente tem de analisar dados de eventos de segurança em tempo real para gerenciamento de ameaças internas e externas, e de coletar, armazenar, analisar e fazer relatórios sobre dados de registros para fins de conformidade regulatória e perícia. Os fornecedores incluídos na análise da Gartner contam com tecnologias projetadas para esse fim, e vendem e promovem ativamente essas tecnologias para o centro de compras de segurança.
O McAfee Enterprise Security Manager pode coletar, armazenar e analisar registros e dados de uma grande quantidade de fontes e em seguida correlacionar eventos com base em regras, no risco possível ou nas tendências históricas.
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Tópicos : Gerenciamento de segurança, Risco e conformidade, SIEM
Tópicos : SIEM
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This is the first part of a six-part series on compliance-driven security. This paper will illustrate how a well-structured security governance program with fully developed and implemented policies, plans, and procedures will strengthen an organization’s security posture.
Este artigo aborda o desafio do grande volume de dados de segurança e destaca os critérios essenciais que as organizações precisam considerar para o processamento de informações de segurança à luz do cenário atual de ameaças dinâmicas.
In this paper, we explore the subject of continuous compliance versus audit-driven compliance, as well as how an ongoing approach to compliance makes compliance a positive force for securing data and systems.
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For a technical summary on the McAfee product listed above, please view the product data sheet.
Para um resumo técnico do produto McAfee listado acima, consulte o data sheet do produto.
Broad adoption of SIEM technology is being driven by the need to detect threats and breaches, as well as by compliance needs. Early breach discovery requires effective user activity, data access and application activity monitoring. Vendors are improving threat intelligence and security analytics. Leading analyst firm Gartner has placed McAfee as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management.
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