McAfee Advanced Correlation Engine

McAfee Advanced Correlation Engine

Sophisticated, dedicated threat detection based on risk and real-time data

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Overview

McAfee Advanced Correlation Engine monitors real-time data, allowing you to simultaneously use both correlation engines to detect risks and threats before they occur. You can deploy Advanced Correlation Engine with McAfee Enterprise Security Manager to identify and score threat events in real time using both rule- and risk-based logic.

Two dedicated correlation engines and purpose-built performance — Advanced Correlation Engine supplements McAfee Enterprise Security Manager event correlation with a risk detection engine that generates a risk score using rule-less risk score correlation, and a threat detection engine that detects threats using traditional rule-based event correlation.

Processing power to support rich event correlation across your enterprise — The standalone Advanced Correlation Engine scales to accommodate even the largest networks.

Alerts and real-time risk assessment — Identify an asset (users or groups, applications, specific servers, or subnets) and Advanced Correlation Engine alerts you if the asset is threatened. Audit trails and historical replays support forensics, compliance, and rule tuning.

Threat identification and scoring — Advanced Correlation Engine deploys alongside McAfee Enterprise Security Manager to identify and score threat events in real time using both rule- and risk-based logic.

McAfee Positioned in Leaders Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for SIEM

Features & Benefits

Get real-time and historical threat detection

Deploy McAfee Advanced Correlation Engine in either real-time or historical modes. In real-time mode, Advanced Correlation Engine analyzes events as they are collected for immediate threat and risk detection. You get rule-based correlation of real-time event data for detection of threats as they occur or rule-less correlation of real-time event data for detection of threats as they develop.

Model your enterprise risk

Provide impeccable modeling of your organizations risks by scoring attributes that matter. Develop a baseline and send notifications when normal thresholds are exceeded.

Leverage proactive risk assessments against critical data

Use both correlation engines simultaneously to detect risks and threats before they occur, so you can use risk scores within traditional correlation logic.

Achieve recursive threat assessment

Deploy Advanced Correlation Engine in historical mode and you can replay any historical data set through the traditional and rule-less correlation engines.

System Requirements

Hardware Specifications ACE-2600 ACE-3450
Collection Rates 50,000 events per second1 100,000 events per second1
Local Storage 1.8 TB2 1.8 TB2

  1. Based on typical network environments using average event and flow aggregation.
  2. Represents usable event and flow storage, after RAID configuration.

Demos / Tutorials

Demos

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Awards / Reviews

Gartner
McAfee Positioned as a Leader by Gartner in MQ for SIEM Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute

The security information and event management (SIEM) market is defined by the customer's need to analyze security event data in real time for internal and external threat management, and to collect, store, analyze and report on log data for regulatory compliance and forensics. The vendors that are included in Gartner’s analysis have technologies that have been designed for this purpose, and they actively market and sell these technologies to the security buying center.

Customer Stories

McAfee

McAfee integrates NitroSecurity products into its portfolio, improving its SIEM offering.

Highlights
  • Significantly shortens time to analyze security events from four to six days to less than 10 minutes
  • Decreases time to produce PCI compliance reports from eight to 12 hours to 10 minutes
  • Saves administrative time and manual maintenance while eliminating unnecessary activities
  • Facilitates disaster recovery and allows for proper use of virtual machines
  • Improves the organization’s overall security posture in the industry

Community

Blogs

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    McAfee Enterprise - April 11, 2014

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  • Keeping Domain Controllers Safe
    Swaroop Sayeram - April 10, 2014

      I came across an excellent book titled, Assessing Network Security. It’s written by three Microsoft security researchers who understand Domain Controllers (DCs) inside out. I found it quite insightful and I strongly recommend it if you are in charge of IT Security. They describe DC security with a single sentence – “Defending the keys to […]

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  • Microsoft Patch Tuesday: April 2014
    Doug Neuman - April 9, 2014

    Hello Everyone, For April’s edition of Patch Tuesday, we are presenting the final patches for the beloved Windows XP. Those of you still running Windows XP systems in your environment are highly recommended to speak with your McAfee sales team about Application Control. Application Control can provide your EOL systems protection against an unpatched vulnerability. […]

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  • Intel and McAfee Join Forces, Dazzle at Intel Security Innovation Summit
    Ken Kartsen - April 8, 2014

    Wow, what an incredible week we just wrapped up. In case you missed it, April 2nd was the Intel Security Through Innovation Summit, produced by FedScoop. We could not have been more thrilled with the outcome. Nearly 1,000 attendees came, including federal government and enterprise customers, McAfee and Intel personnel, partner companies and other DC-based […]

    The post Intel and McAfee Join Forces, Dazzle at Intel Security Innovation Summit appeared first on McAfee.

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