RSA, The Security Division of EMC Corporation, today announced the release of RSA Security Analytics – a security monitoring and investigative solution designed to help organizations defend their digital assets against today's most sophisticated internal and external threats.
Built on the architecture of RSA NetWitness technology, RSA Security Analytics fuses SIEM, Network Forensics, & Big Data analytics into their security platform.
RSA Security Analytics is engineered to enable the discovery of risks as they occur in order to cut the time required for investigations. Furthermore, by helping security professionals understand digital risks originating from both inside and outside their enterprise, organizations can better defend business assets, including intellectual property and other sensitive data, while reducing the time and cost associated with threat management and compliance-focused reporting.
The RSA Security Analytics Unified Platform is designed to deliver:
- Quick Capture and Analysis -- Security-relevant data, including full network packets, logs, and threat intelligence, are captured and quickly analyzed to speed up the detection of potential threats.
- High Powered Analytics – Enables both larger-scale collection of data and new analysis methods over that of traditional SIEM-based approaches to security.
- Integrated Threat Intelligence – Helps organizations operationalize the use of threat intelligence feeds to accelerate detection and investigations of potential attack tools and techniques targeting the enterprise.
- Context for Threats – Through integrations with the RSA Archer GRC platform and RSA Data Loss Prevention (DLP) suite, and by fusing data produced by other products, analysts can use business context to prioritize and allocate resources to the threats which pose the greatest risk.
- Malware Identification – Using a variety of investigative techniques, the solution aims to identify a much wider range of malware-based attacks.
- Automates Compliance Reporting – Helps enable compliance as an outcome of good security practices.
"The sophistication of advanced attacks and the associated malware is growing every day testing the limitations of existing security analytics tools," said Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group. "The Big Data phenomenon could help address this situation for security professionals making it important for organizations to rethink their choice of security solutions. Marrying intelligence-driven security with Big Data analytics has the potential to help enterprises address the complex problem of advanced threats and thus meet a significant need in the marketplace."