NitroSecurity has launched a new version of its NitroView analysis engine to incorporate an Advanced Correlation Engine (ACE).
NitroSecurity, which is to be acquired by McAfee, said the ACE appliance delivers both real-time and historical correlation capabilities and allows organisations to correlate large volumes of disparate data to detect and remediate zero-day threats, more efficiently predict and prevent future attacks, and scale and streamline security operations.
It includes two dedicated, high-performance analysis engines to provide a dedicated processing resource to correlate even large volumes of data, delivering the analysis, rapid reporting and actionable intelligence.
Version 9.0 of NitroView introduces workflow and operational improvements, including role-based watchlists that allow each user to highlight the items that are most important; an alarm management system that triggers any number of customisable alarms based on almost any condition; and integrated asset management so users can better understand which assets are sensitive, classified or critical, whether they are vulnerable or exploitable, and the policies associated with those assets.
Ken Levine, CEO of NitroSecurity, said: “Big Data is on the list of every analyst and industry watcher for 2012 and the bigger the data set, the more places attackers can hide.
“Our technology has the horsepower and flexibility to help detect the most subtle insider threat or stealthy outsider attack. NitroView ACE and version 9.0 vastly enhance the granularity to which customers can predict and analyse threats while preserving, and even extending, the performance that has become our hallmark.”