Mazu and OpenService Team on SIM

OpenService and Mazu Networks announced a technology partnership to integrate Mazu with the OpenService ThreatCenter and LogCenter

August 7, 2007

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MARLBOROUGH, Mass. and CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- OpenService, Inc., a leader in Enterprise Event Management (EEM) solutions, and Mazu Networks, the leading[1][1] provider of Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) systems, today announced a technology partnership to integrate Mazu with the OpenService ThreatCenter and LogCenter, the company’s Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) products.

Through the integration, Mazu’s network traffic intelligence is correlated with event data collected from across the enterprise by the OpenService platform. This allows IT and security analysts to view Mazu alerts or events in the OpenService console, in addition to data sent from other network, system and security devices. Operators can then use Mazu to obtain contextual information on any event or alert, regardless of the source. This detailed information enables IT and security analysts to immediately identify, isolate and remediate any potential operations or security threat across the enterprise, even within the most complex of network environments.

“On a daily basis, security and IT operations teams are faced with a daunting number of meaningless alerts, which cloud their ability to identify and respond to real security threats,” said Ted Joseph, CEO, . “By partnering with Mazu to combine leading NBA and SIEM applications, enterprises gain the optimal functionality from these two technologies in a tightly integrated solution, enabling our customers to target legitimate threats and respond quickly and intelligently.”

OpenService Inc.

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