Prism Microsystems Introduces Comprehensive SIEM Solutions for Mid-size Enterprises
Prism Microsystems, a provider of comprehensive SIEM solutions for the mid-size enterprise announced the availability of EventTracker Security Center, EventTracker Operation Center and EventTracker PULSE.
EventTracker Security Center, a new part of Prism’s enterprise SIEM and log management solutions, provides a comprehensive way for enterprises to address their security challenges including theft of data (both unwarranted access and copying), malicious destructive behavior, end user abuse, administrator abuse (includes unauthorized policy changes), malware and external attacks.
EventTracker Operation Center provides visibility into the inner workings of the IT infrastructure. EventTracker Operations Center improves overall productivity and reduces the total cost of ownership by keeping IT infrastructure in its best shape. It provides real time alerting and correlation that significantly improves IT availability by reducing unplanned outages and it allows help desk staff to be proactive during downtime and help discover the source of problems when they do occur.
EventTracker PULSE provides insight into the health and security of a company’s IT infrastructure. It allows users to gather logs from sources such as Windows, Unix/Linux and network devices such as Cisco and applications. Logs are then indexed, compressed and stored on the file system for later analysis. EventTracker PULSE includes a search interface to look for interesting things in the stored events and the results of searches can be saved and exported. It answers the questions: What happened? When did it happen? Who or what caused it?
“EventTracker is used to monitor all enterprise IT assets regardless of location (on premise real, or virtual, or cloud based). Safety and security are critical needs for any enterprises’ proprietary information,” said A.N. Ananth, CEO and cofounder, Prism Microsystems. “All EventTracker solutions are designed to meet the security, compliance and operational needs of organizations with 100 to 10,000 devices in their infrastructure, protecting against inside and outside threats.”