Conçu pour les gros volumes de données de sécurité, McAfee Global Threat Intelligence for Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) intègre directement la puissance de McAfee Labs dans le flux de surveillance de la sécurité grâce aux solutions de gestion des événements et des informations de sécurité (SIEM) ultra rapides et extrêmement intelligentes de McAfee. Ce service par abonnement en option évalue et adapte la réputation des sources pour plus de 140 millions d'adresses IP, en injectant directement le contexte des réputations des systèmes externes dans le flux d'événements de sécurité. De cette manière, il permet l'identification rapide des interactions présentes et passées avec des intervenants connus pour leur comportement délictueux.
Identifiez instantanément toute communication d'un nœud de votre réseau avec un intervenant suspect ou connu pour son comportement délictueux et la voie empruntée par la menace.
Intégrez automatiquement la réputation des adresses IP dans l'algorithme de notation du risque dépourvu de règle de McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, afin de déterminer la nécessité d'une réponse.
Fournissez des informations précises et à jour sur le paysage mondial des menaces, même après le nettoyage des systèmes compromis. McAfee Labs analyse en permanence les informations sur les menaces afin de détecter les systèmes malveillants et infectés depuis peu.
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.
Le marché des solutions de gestion des événements et des informations de sécurité (SIEM) se caractérise par deux types de besoins pour les clients : d'une part, l'analyse en temps réel des données d'événement de sécurité, pour la gestion des menaces internes et externes ; d'autre part, la collecte, le stockage et l'analyse des données de journaux, accompagnées de la production de rapports, à des fins de conformité réglementaire et d'investigation numérique. Les fournisseurs évalués par Gartner disposent de technologies conçues pour répondre à ces besoins, technologies qu'ils commercialisent et vendent activement aux responsables des achats de produits de sécurité.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager est à même de recueillir, de stocker et d'analyser des journaux et des données provenant de nombreuses sources, puis de mettre en corrélation les événements sur la base de règles, de risques potentiels ou de tendances historiques.
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McAfee integrates NitroSecurity products into its portfolio, improving its SIEM offering.
Sujets : SIEM
Sujets : Gestion de la sécurité, Risque et conformité, SIEM
Sujets : SIEM
McAfee spoke with customers about integrating SIEM with Threat Intelligence and how it helped their effort to mitigate bad actors.
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Continuously monitor, identify, investigate, and resolve threats.
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SANS recently surveyed incident response (IR) teams to get a clearer picture of what they're up against today. The results are in; most organizations lack formalized IR plans, they expressed a need to collect and correlate threat intelligence and SIEM tools are their focus for improving IR capabilities.
This paper will walk you through the entire process — from soup to nuts — of evaluating, selecting, and deploying a SIEM. It offers pragmatic advice on how to get it done based on years working through this process as both consumers and vendors of SIEM technology. The process is not always painless, but we are certain it will help you avoid foundering on bad technology and inter-office politics. You owe it to yourself and your organization to ask the right questions and to get answers. It is time to slay the sacred cow of your substantial SIEM investment, and to figure out your best path forward.
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.
Today’s faster, newer and greatly improved malicious user requires a faster, newer and greatly improved response. Smarter attackers require more intelligent countermeasures, including faster and more reliable analysis, to react to security issues.
Read SANS review of McAfee’s Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) 9.2 with a focus on fundamental SIEM features and capabilities to meet the demand for security and threat intelligence.
Ce livre blanc se penche sur le problème des grands volumes de données de sécurité et met en évidence les principaux critères que les organisations doivent prendre en compte pour traiter les informations de sécurité à la lumière du paysage dynamique des menaces que nous connaissons aujourd'hui.
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.
McAfee EDB data management technology handles all of these SIEM/logging requirements. It is designed, implemented, maintained, and tested by our world-class in-house development team to meet the demanding requirements of SIEM/logging and leverage all of the capabilities of appropriate emerging technologies such as modern operating systems, multicore CPUs, solid state and RAM drives, and large amounts of main memory.
With the advent of big data, traditional SIEM solutions that focus only on logging and compliance reporting fall short of the demands of today’s enterprises for threat intelligence, correlation, and remediation. McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, the core of the McAfee SIEM solution, is both smart and fast. Its proprietary information management back end, purpose-built for managing big data, offers the critical combination of intelligence and speed.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager offers the advanced scalability, flexibility, and control you need to protect your customers’ business, and grow yours.
The McAfee SIEM solution, Enterprise Security Manager, addresses today’s complex compliance challenges by combining an established unified compliance framework with superior abilities to collect, retrieve, and protect the data required to assess and demonstrate compliance in real time. It’s tightly integrated log collection, management, analysis, and reporting improves an organization’s ability to meet compliance requirements through frameworks, streamlined workflow, and automation.
McAfee spoke with SIEM users and asked them to tell us about their primary issues with SIEM. This brief lists the top five issues along with corresponding customer case studies and use cases.
McAfee enables enterprises to collect, analyze, and preserve security forensic information. With a solution that includes content- and context-aware SIEM, McAfee provides alerts to security events, as well analysis on how the attacked occurred, affected users, and compromised data — so you can better understand the severity of a security breach.
The McAfee solution has two primary components: McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, with additional integrations to extend visibility and control across the entire security and compliance management environment.
The McAfee solution has two primary components: McAfee Firewall Enterprise and McAfee Network Security Platform. The McAfee Firewall and the IPS appliance both have add-on features that can optimize your visibility into the network. McAfee SIEM and other optional products help extend visibility and analytics to more aspects of network traffic.
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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Big data is changing the face of the global business landscape with few technologies left untouched by the opportunities it presents and information security is no different.
How Intelligent and scalable SIEM solutions help IT security professionals stay on top of an ever-evolving, data-driven environment. A report from McAfee and CIO.
This report takes a candid look at triggers for considering a new security management platform, walking through each aspect of the decision, and presenting a process to migrate.
In our last blog, The Evolution of SIEM: Part 1, we briefly touched on the capabilities that make our SIEM solution, McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), stand out. In this blog, I am going to drill down into the individual capabilities and discuss the benefits of each for you, and your organization. Today’s threat environment […]
Six months after the fact, Heartbleed continues to make news. Many websites are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed exploit and their stolen data has appeared in the online black market. Lists of vulnerable or unpatched websites have also appeared in the black market, and cybercriminals are taking aim. These challenges were recently covered in McAfee’s […]
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Advanced evasion techniques (AETs) have developed quite a reputation in the information security sector, given their ability to disguise advanced persistent threats (APTs) and stealthily siphon out data. Although AETs have been active security threats for quite some time, several misconceptions remain. In an effort to dig deeper into how these threats are passing through […]
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Cloud computing is a growing trend for organizations of all sizes, and many enterprises are adopting it — but what does this shift to the cloud mean for their security? While the appeal of cloud options is obvious in terms of efficiency and scalability, security issues have triggered some (much deserved) hesitancy among information security professionals. The challenges […]
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A busy week at the Intel Developer Forum has just come to a close. Over the course of three (somewhat) sunny days in San Francisco, we got a chance to see what the developers, makers and creators of today’s technologies have in store for the upcoming year. Just in case you didn’t get a chance […]
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