To help organisations detect, investigate and understand the impact of cybercrime activities
ArcSight has unveiled fourth generation of its log management product arcsight logger, which it claims to provide four-way protection against the growing impact of cybercrime activities.
According to Arcsight, the new version of log management product provides structured and unstructured data collection of up to 42TB on a single appliance; search and reporting handling terabytes of data, unified analysis across all types of data in a single pane of glass, for simplified investigations; secure storage and access for criminal investigation and prosecution.
The company said that the new version of Arcsight logger has the ability to collect, search and analyse massive amounts of systems/IT operations data ,user data and application data and also helps in detection and remediation of malware such as bots and keyloggers. It unifies alerting, search, and analysis across any type of enterprise information.
Tom Reilly, president and CEO of arcsight said: “Cyber attacks are increasingly targeting companies and agencies that provide the structure for our whole way of life – our water, power, communications, consumer goods, banking systems, government services, and healthcare systems, not to mention the nation’s defence systems.
“These attacks are quickly morphing and growing in sophistication. Even security experts don’t know exactly what to look for when investigating possible incidents. More and more they are looking for faster, more flexible search capabilities across massive amounts of data. We’ve designed arcsight logger 4 to directly address these requirements.”
Arcsight logger 4 will is expected to be available this month with prices starting at $20,000.