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This article is part of the November 2006 issue of Symantec 2.0: Evaluating their recent acquisitions
SECURITY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT enVision REVIEWED BY BRENT HUSTON Network Intelligence* Price: Costs $126,900 for 7550-HA for medium to large enterprises @exb @exe System logs contain a treasure trove of valuable security information; in fact, there's so much information that a large organization would need a whole team dedicated solely to reading and analyzing logs. Early security information management (SIM) systems took a major step to cut this job down to size, but they still required a large commitment of human resources and were burdened by hard-to-configure data collection. However, SIM products such as Network Intelligence's enVision have matured into powerful, manageable tools that analyze this enormous volume of data to deliver relevant and usable security information. Configuration B With the help of the onsite engineers provided during a typical installation, we had the enVision 7550-HA model (for medium to large enterprises) system running and collecting data in a few hours. The hardware itself is quite powerful, capable of collecting more than ... Access >>>
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