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  • Review: Network Intelligence's enVision

    enVision offers excellent value and is highly configurable, though typically that means you have to put a lot into it to get the most out of it. 

  • Security event management, no strings attached

    Product review: Information Security magazine's Joel Snyder says Check Point's vendor-agnostic Eventia Analyzer 2.0/Eventia Reporter is worth consideration despite limited BI options. 

  • Security Bytes: Cisco patches CS-MARS flaws

    Meanwhile, Metasploit creator H.D. Moore warns of a serious Internet Explorer flaw and Cisco may get more unwanted attention at the upcoming Black Hat conference. 

  • QRadar 5.0 offers robust SIM

    Hot Pick: SIMs are maturing to a level where they are practical and effective, and Q1 Labs has moved to the forefront with its innovative QRadar 5.0. 

  • Security Blog Log: The sobering scope of data fraud

    This week bloggers worried about banks losing their grip on data, and the many ways criminals can take advantage of credit card insecurity. 

  • Information security, 'CSI' style

    A consultant to the FBI and Scotland Yard says cybersecurity professionals better be careful when they react to a network intrusion, lest they inadvertently let the crooks escape. 

  • Nyxem: Why the sky may not fall Feb. 3

    IT pros say enterprises have a good chance of weathering Nyxem's wrath Friday because of the ample warning and timely action from AV firms. But don't exhale just yet. 

  • Security Bytes: Cisco adds to its patch pile

    Flaws in IOS and CallManager could be exploited to escalate administrative privileges and cause a denial of service. Meanwhile, exploit code targets Veritas NetBackup. 

  • Product Review: TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0 sensible for SMBs

    The latest version of TriGeo's Security Information Manager is a highly flexible, easy-to-manage appliance that's designed to support 50 to 5,000 active devices. 

  • CA exec: Security information overload plagues enterprises

    Enterprises need to manage every facet of their IT security operation, including making assessments of risks and threats and determining who has access to what data and applications necessary to do their jobs. Computer Associates' eTrust solutions di...