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May 2006

Hot Pick: Q1 Labs QRadar 5.0

QRadar 5.0 Q1 Labs Price: Starts at $37,000   Q1 Labs QRadar 5.0 Q1 Labs' major upgrade, adding full SIM capability on its existing deep packet inspection technology, gives it unique detection capabilities   There are many ways to assess threats to your enterprise--IDSes, vulnerability assessment tools and logs from every security and network device you have. Monitoring each of these and culling useful data from the sheer volume of information is a daunting task. Security information management systems (SIMs) address this growing problem by normalizing, correlating and analyzing the hodge-podge of data to produce actionable intelligence. 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. This version marks a major overhaul of the product, as Q1 Labs has integrated a SIM engine with its existing anomaly-based detection technology. The result is a next-generation SIM that correlates and analyzes both security and live network information. ...

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