NitroSecurity Rolls Out ESM

NitroSecurity announced a new release of its flagship product, NitroView Enterprise Security Manager

June 27, 2007

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- NitroSecurity, Inc., a provider of high-performance network security monitoring, analysis and protection solutions, today announced a new release of its flagship product, NitroView Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) that delivers Dynamic Security IntelligenceTM (DSI) - the real-time correlation, analysis and visualization of the dynamic relationships between network flow, security event and log data through a fully interactive graphical interface.

Increased regulatory compliance requirements, the rise in network attacks and the potential loss of customer and business sensitive data are the driving factors requiring enterprises to collect, store, process, analyze and report on ever-increasing volumes of information generated by the many network and security devices deployed throughout their infrastructure. Until now, the primary way to address these issues was to install multiple systems for enterprise security management, which often resulted in costly, ineffective and inefficient enterprise security management.

NitroView ESM solves this difficult challenge of collecting, analyzing and reporting on vast amounts of network and security data and enables DSI using a powerful new development in its underlying relational data management technology. Utilizing an advanced method of data indexing to accelerate event and flow processing allows NitroView ESM to integrate Network Behavior and Anomaly Detection (NBAD), Security Event Management (SEM) and Log Management functionality in a single cost effective, appliance-based solution that provides situational and historical context to network and security data.

“SIM tools let security teams get an enterprise view,” wrote Paul Stamp, principal analyst, Forrester Research, in “The Forrester Wave Report, Enterprise Security Information Management, Q4 2006,” December 2006. “Security people thrive on information. But more complex security infrastructure means that security teams have reams of data to plow through to get to the nuggets of information that they need, whether that be information to identify a threat, investigate an incident, respond to an audit request, or to just demonstrate to management that they’re doing a good job.”

NitroSecurity Inc.

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