McAfee Event Receiver-Appliances übernehmen die Erfassung von Protokollen und Ereignisinformationen von Hunderten Drittanbietergeräten wie Firewalls, IDS/IPS-Geräten, UTMs, Switches, Routern, Anwendungen, Servern und Workstations, Identifizierungs- und Authentifizierungssystemen sowie Schwachstellenanalyse-Scannern, um nur einige zu nennen. Dabei nutzt McAfee Event Receiver zahlreiche unterschiedliche Erfassungsmethoden, einschließlich passiver und authentifizierter Protokollerfassung, CEF, OPSEC, SDEE, XML, ODBC sowie einer verschlüsselten, gemäß FIPS 140-2 Sufe 2 validierten Erfassung.
Zuverlässige Erfassung, leistungsstarke Korrelation – Bei der Erfassung eines Ereignisses unterteilt McAfee Event Receiver alle relevanten Details in eine komplett normalisierte Ereignisklassifizierung und bietet anschließend eine vollständige Korrelation aller Ereignisse, um größere Sicherheitsvorfälle zu erkennen. Für eine systemweite Bedrohungserkennung korreliert McAfee Event Receiver auch Ereignisse, die von anderen verteilten Ereignisempfängern erfasst wurden.
Flexible Erfassungsarchitektur – McAfee Enterprise Security Manager unterstützt sowohl die vollständig zentralisierte Kompletterfassung und -verwaltung von Ereignissen als auch eine vollständig verteilte Ereigniserfassung mithilfe dedizierter Event Receiver-Appliances, die für mehrere tausend bis zehntausend Ereignisse pro Sekunde ausgelegt sind.
Speichern und sichern Sie alle Details von analysierten und korrelierten Ereignissen in einer Datenbank mit genauem Index, um sie schnell abrufen und analysieren zu können.
Dank virtueller Appliances können Sie die Ausbringung stark verteilter Lösungen einfacher und kostengünstiger durchführen.
Mit einem einzigen McAfee Event Receiver können Sie über 20.000 Ereignisse pro Sekunde erfassen. Jeder Event Receiver speichert alle erfassten Daten lokal im Cache, damit die Daten auch bei einem Netzwerkkommunikationsfehler oder Systemausfall nicht verloren gehen.
|Beschreibung||McAfee Event Receiver erfasst Protokolle, Ereignisse und Daten von Drittanbietern für die Korrelation und Analyse durch McAfee Enterprise Security Manager||McAfee Event Receiver erfasst Protokolle, Ereignisse und Daten von Drittanbietern für die Korrelation und Analyse durch McAfee Enterprise Security Manager||McAfee Event Receiver erfasst Protokolle, Ereignisse und Daten von Drittanbietern für die Korrelation und Analyse durch McAfee Enterprise Security Manager|
|Erfassungsraten||20.000 Ereignisse pro Sekunde||15.000 Ereignisse pro Sekunde||10.000 Ereignisse pro Sekunde||5.000 Ereignisse pro Sekunde|
|Lokaler Speicher||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.
SIEM-Lösungen (Security Information and Event Management, Sicherheitsinformations- und Ereignis-Management) dienen der Echtzeitanalyse von Sicherheitsereignisdaten zur Verwaltung interner sowie externer Bedrohungen. Außerdem werden damit für Compliance- und Forensikzwecke Protokolldaten erfasst, gespeichert, analysiert und in Berichten verarbeitet. Die in der Gartner-Analyse erfassten Anbieter stellen Technologien für diese Zwecke her und vermarkten sowie verkaufen diese an Rechenzentren.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager kann Protokolle und Daten aus einer Vielzahl von Quellen sammeln, speichern sowie analysieren und anschließend Ereignisse basierend auf Regeln, möglichen Risiken oder historischen Trends korrelieren.
Leveraging the Security Connected strategy, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation implemented SIEM, network IPS, data protection, and endpoint security solutions to secure its distributed IT environment over 37 locations.
Themen: Risiken und Compliance, Sicherheits-Management, SIEM
ESG Lab focused on the McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), the core product of McAfee’s end-to-end solution for addressing comprehensive threat detection and remediation. Testing was designed to explore how the solution accurately detects advanced threats using a layered approach, the speed and effectiveness of responding to an attack, and the operational efficiencies of this integrated solution.
As a companion to the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM, the Gartner Critical Capabilities report for SIEM helps IT security organizations compare their requirements with the most common SIEM use cases. Discover in-depth how Gartner rates McAfee SIEM by critical capabilities.
How experts fight advanced threats with real-time SIEM and identification of eight key indicators of attack.
This paper explores the use of analytics and intelligence today and exposes the impediments to successful implementation. Organizations that are deploying analytics and intelligence properly are experiencing faster response and detection times, as well as greater visibility. However, many are confused about how to integrate and automate their intelligence collection processes.
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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Most enterprise security protection efforts and products have focused primarily on blocking and prevention techniques as well as on policy-based controls to block threats. However, perfect prevention is impossible. Advanced targeted attacks are easily bypassing traditional firewalls and signature-based prevention mechanisms. All organizations should now assume that they are in a state of continuous compromise.
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.
Essential Services for McAfee SIEM Solutions
Continuously monitor, identify, investigate, and resolve threats.
For a technical summary on the McAfee product listed above, please view the product data sheet.
Eine technische Zusammenfassung zum oben genannten McAfee-Produkt finden Sie im entsprechenden Datenblatt.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager offers the advanced scalability, flexibility, and control you need to protect your customers’ business, and grow yours.
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.
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.
To contain an advanced attack you need to respond faster and smarter. Focusing on shortening the window between attack and detection, coupled with a solid plan to contain and remediate an attack provides the best chance to overcome the attack. This is one of the key pieces of knowledge for security experts.
How familiar are you with low-hanging fruit — the easiest ways for attackers to gain entry to your network and potentially run off with your valuable data? This white paper explores penetration tests that you can perform at your organization to gain an understanding of how to apply the proper defenses to prevent exploitation of the top five low-hanging fruit.
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.
How do we get more visibility into attacks across our environments, improve our response, and reduce response time? The solution is automating functions that should be automated and connecting the dots between detection systems and response. Connecting these dots and applying intelligence provides responders rich context into the observed behaviors for taking action. Integrating these processes improves accuracy, while reducing time, manpower, and costs involved in detecting and managing events. This white paper explores how to achieve this.
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.
Dieses Whitepaper zeigt die Herausforderungen durch umfangreiche Sicherheitsdaten auf und nennt die wichtigsten Kriterien, die Unternehmen in der heutigen dynamischen Bedrohungssituation bei der Verarbeitung von Sicherheitsinformationen berücksichtigen müssen.
This paper summarizes the top 10 incident response mistakes in the field, highlights issues so you can review your incident response practices, and determines whether you suffer from these shortcomings.
Balanced security capability, defense in depth, integrated countermeasures, and a threat-intelligence strategy are critical to defending your business from spear-phishing attacks. Spear phishing continues to be the most successful means of gaining entry to an enterprise network and to valuable business or personal data. According to the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, two-thirds of […]
The fallout from the OPM breach continues with news that clearance information may have been stolen and that more than 10 million federal employee records may have been breached. In response, the White House has ordered every agency to engage in a “30 day sprint” to shore up and bolster their defensive cybersecurity capabilities. During […]
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As the persistence of insider threats remain a critical issue for government agencies to face. Security leaders like Intel Security have responded by prioritizing solutions that can mitigate insider threats in their pipeline. Government agencies have begun implementing policy changes that can help reduce the risk of an insider threat that can lead to critical […]
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Nobody ever said network defense was easy. If you’re in charge of protecting your enterprise’s digital assets, the one thing you always seem to be fighting is time. Even after you have read every security analyst report on the market and deployed best-of-breed security products, if your IT security and data protection tools don’t work […]
The use of social engineering techniques has become a significant and wide spread means of deploying malicious attacks on the Internet to obtain sensitive or classified information from competitors, rivals, and governments, among others. Our hour-long chat with Intel Security’s @Raj_Samani and fellow EUROPOL security advisor @BrianHonan covered a variety of areas in question around the use […]
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