Le caratteristiche non intrusive di McAfee Database Event Monitor for SIEM consentono di rispondere più efficacemente ai requisiti di conformità nell'esecuzione di verifiche e nella creazionedi reportistica, e permettono operazioni di sicurezza più ampie. Monitorando tutte le transazioni relative al database, Database Event Monitor for SIEM traccia l'esecuzione di attività quali query, risultati, autenticazione e escalation dei privilegi.
Database Event Monitor for SIEM è l'unico prodotto in grado di consolidare le attività relative al database in un repository centrale di verifica e allo stesso tempo di fornire funzionalità di normalizzazione, correlazione, analisi e reportistica di tali attività. La normalizzazione delle attività permette analisi con altre informazioni di sicurezza pertinenti per una maggiore visibilità sulle interazioni tra dati e utenti, informazioni sugli utenti, contenuti delle applicazioni, attività a livello di OS, vulnerabilità e persino sull'ubicazione nella rete.
Database Event Monitor for SIEM consente di:
Conformità a normative come PCI DSS, HIPAA, NERC-CIP, FISMA, GLBA, SOX e altre, con la possibilità di rafforzare il livello di sicurezza con regole preimpostate, reportistica e funzionalità di log conformi alla privacy,
Grazie all'integrazione con McAfee Enterprise Security Manager e McAfee Enterprise Log Manager è possibile disporre di un livello di analisi e correlazione degli eventi senza precedenti, in aggiunta a log conformi relativi alle attività di storage e di crittografia dei dati.
Comprende le istanze per i database tra cui i database non autorizzati e quelli di tipo rogue.
Rileva se un database contiene informazioni sensibili — come i dati personali — in modo da controllare tutti gli accessi conformemente agli standard PCI DSS, HIPAA, NERC-CIP e a numerosi altri requisiti di conformità.
Registra i dettagli di tutte le transazioni del database, dal log-in al log-off, per consentire il rispetto dei parametri di conformità e la loro verifica. Il masking è in grado di proteggere i dati personali sensibili nei log.
Consultazione rapida degli eventi del database grazie alla visualizzazione completa della sessione, dal log-in al log-off, con un solo clic.
Consente di evitare overhead, monitorare il database in rete e di catturare senza errore i dati di controllo necessari.
Permette di sfruttare l'integrazione di McAfee Enterprise Security Manager come risorsa centrale e come interfaccia per tutte le attività di monitoraggio e le esigenze di conformità, e permette l'utilizzo delle transazioni del database da funzionalità quali l'event correlation e altre avanzate disponibili in SIEM.
|Frequenza di acquisizione||15.000 eventi al secondo||10.000 eventi al secondo||5.000 eventi al secondo|
|Interfacce||Interfacce rame 8 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet||Interfacce 4 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet copper||Interfacce 4 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet copper|
Il mercato del SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) è determinato dalla necessità dei clienti di analizzare i dati degli eventi relativi alla sicurezza in termpo reale per la gestione delle minacce esterne e interne, nonché quella di raccogliere, analizzare e disporre di reportistica sui dati di log per la conformità alle normative e valida dal punto di vista legale. I produttori inclusi nelle analisi di Gartner forniscono tecnologie pensate per questi obiettivi, e propongono e vendono attivamente queste tecnologie in risposta alla domanda di prodotti di sicurezza.
Argomenti : SIEM
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.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager offers the advanced scalability, flexibility, and control you need to protect your customers’ business, and grow yours.
When advanced detection solutions, known as sandboxes, collaborate with SIEM solutions, enterprises can better understand and respond to unknown, advanced attacks. McAfee Advanced Threat Defense and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager work in concert to extract relevant data from advanced malware and dramatically reduce time to response by minimizing uncertainty and accelerating remediation.
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.
The key objective of a strategic security and risk management program must focus on effective protection, as well as prevention, of incidents and risks across the entire enterprise—across every device, all customer and company information, and the entire IT infrastructure.
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.
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.
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.
For a technical summary on the McAfee product integration listed above, please view the product data sheet.
Essential Services for McAfee SIEM Solutions
Per un riassunto tecnico sui prodotti McAfee elencati qui sopra, vedere la scheda tecnica del prodotto.
Continuously monitor, identify, investigate, and resolve threats.
Per un riassunto tecnico sui prodotti McAfee elencati qui sopra, vedere la scheda tecnica del prodotto.
SANS released the 2015 findings from their Incident Response survey. The good news is results show that incident response (IR) and even detection are maturing. The shrinking window of response time, along with more automated tools and the specialized job titles to support the IR function are all indicators of this maturation. Now for the bad news: Organizations are short on the skills and technologies they need for full visibility and integrated response.
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.
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.
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.
Questo documento discute della sfida posta dai Big Data e pone l'accento sui principali criteri che le aziende devono prendere in considerazione per elaborare le informazioni relative alla sicurezza alla luce dell'odierno panorama dinamico delle minacce.
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.
Targeted attacks are alive and well. According to the Verizon 2015 Data Breach and Investigations Report, 70% to 90% of malware samples are unique to a single organization. Detection and analysis of unique threat indicators are huge challenges for any organization, especially in a typical enterprise environment with security solutions from multiple vendors. Today’s dynamic threat […]
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In Part I of this two-part blog series, we looked at concerns about loss of control and alternatives to all-or-nothing implementations discussed at our recent webinar, “Fireside Chat: Moving to Office 365 with Security in Mind.” In Part II, we address the question: “Can I trust Microsoft with my security?” Once again, security consultant and […]
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In their recent 2015 Global Business Technographics® Security Survey, Forrester reports that improving threat intelligence capabilities is a top priority for 71% of enterprises. But enterprises don’t need to improve their ability to gather threat intelligence—the abundance of shared intelligence and threat inputs is already overwhelming for security teams. Operationalizing the intelligence once you have […]
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Migration to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 is on just about everyone’s mind these days. You’re eager to embrace the many benefits of Office 365, but as you consider this big move, your mind is spinning with questions. In this two-part blog series, we’ll look at some of the key issues discussed at our recent webinar, […]
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In our previous Blog, we covered how customizing SIEM for threat management requires both resources and expertise. As a result, Intel security created “ready to go” content packs based on Gartner’s Top Use cases. targeting aspiring users to expand their SIEM detection and response use cases without spending countless hours and resources on tuning. Over […]
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