New tools help users manage security events

Friday, 20 February 2004, 2:31 AM EST

The torrent of data generated by the myriad security devices needed to protect enterprise networks is creating demand for security event management software capable of mining the data for meaningful information.

Two of the better-known vendors in this market are releasing upgrades to their products to provide enhanced response and graphical analysis functions.

One is Edison, N.J.-based NetForensics Inc., which next week will announce Version 3.1.1 of its namesake security information management software. A key enhancement is an automated response capability that prescribes specific actions administrators can take in response to security incidents, said Nitin Ved, president of NetForensics.

By Jaikumar Vijayan at Computerworld.

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