El diseño no intrusivo de McAfee Database Event Monitor for SIEM es una ayuda para las auditorías de cumplimiento y los requisitos de informes en aumento, así como una mejora para las operaciones de seguridad. Mientras supervisa todas las transacciones de las bases de datos, McAfee Database Event Monitor for SIEM proporciona pistas de auditoría completas de todas sus actividades, incluidos las consultas, los resultados, la autenticación y el aumento de privilegios.
Es el único producto que consolida la actividad de las bases de datos en un repositorio central de auditoría y que normaliza, correlaciona, analiza y elabora informes sobre dicha actividad. Normaliza las actividades destinadas al análisis con información de seguridad relevante para tener mayor visibilidad de las interacciones de usuarios y datos, de la información de los usuarios, del contenido de las aplicaciones, de la actividad del sistema operativo, de las vulnerabilidades e incluso de la ubicación de red.
McAfee Database Event Monitor for SIEM permite:
Cumpla con normativas como la DSS del PCI, HIPAA, NERC-CIP, FISMA, GLBA, SOX y otras, y mejore la postura global de seguridad con reglas e informes predefinidos, y con funciones de inicio de sesión respetuosas con la privacidad.
Consiga la integración total con McAfee Enterprise Security Manager y McAfee Enterprise Log Manager para analizar y correlacionar incidentes como nunca antes lo hizo, además de almacenar y cifrar los registros de la actividad de los datos de acuerdo con las normativas.
Descubra todas las instancias de bases de datos, incluidas las bases de datos no autorizadas o no fiables.
Detecte las bases de datos que contienen información confidencial, como datos personales, para supervisar todos los accesos a esa información de conformidad con la DSS del PCI, HIPAA, NERC-CIP y otros requisitos de cumplimiento de normativas.
Retenga los detalles de todas las transacciones de las bases de datos, desde el inicio hasta el cierre de sesión, para cumplir con los requisitos de las auditorías de cumplimiento. El enmascaramiento puede proteger la información personal confidencial almacenada en los registros.
Acelere la investigación de los incidentes de las bases de datos visualizando las sesiones completas, desde su inicio hasta el cierre, con un único clic del ratón.
Evite la sobrecarga, supervise las bases de datos en las redes y garantice la conservación de los datos de auditoría necesarios.
Saque partido de la integración con McAfee Enterprise Security Manager como recurso e interfaz centrales para supervisar todas las bases de datos y cumplir con las normativas, así como para activar la posibilidad de que la correlación de incidentes y otras funciones SIEM avanzadas utilicen las transacciones de las bases de datos.
|Especificaciones de hardware||DSM-4600||DSM-3450||DSM-2600|
|Tasas de detección||15.000 incidentes por segundo||10.000 incidentes por segundo||5.000 incidentes por segundo|
|Interfaces||Interfaces Ethernet de cobre de 8 x 10, 100 o 1000 Mbps||4 x 10, 100 o 1000 Mbps Ethernet de cobre||4 x 10, 100 o 1000 Mbps Ethernet de cobre|
El mercado de información de seguridad y administración de eventos (SIEM) se caracteriza porque los clientes necesitan analizar los datos de los eventos de seguridad en tiempo real para la gestión de amenazas internas y externas, así como recopilar, almacenar y analizar los datos (y elaborar informes sobre los mismos) para cumplir con los requisitos normativos y los análisis forenses. Los proveedores incluidos en el análisis de Gartner tienen tecnologías que se han diseñado para este fin, y comercializan y venden activamente estas tecnologías al centro de venta de seguridad.
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Essential Services for McAfee SIEM Solutions
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Continuously monitor, identify, investigate, and resolve threats.
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The security information and event management (SIEM) market is defined by the customer's need to apply security analytics to event data in real time for the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches, and to collect, store, analyze and report on log data for incident response, forensics and regulatory compliance. The vendors included in the Magic Quadrant analysis have technologies that have been designed for this purpose, and they actively market and sell these technologies to the security buying center.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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The good, bad, and potentially worse of critical infrastructure protection. There has been a significant post-9/11 focus on securing critical infrastructure systems – many of which pre-date the Networked Age and were potentially more vulnerable to attack that newer networked systems. Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure systems have not yet resulted in the loss of human […]
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