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TriGeo 4.0 to Debut at RSA

TriGeo announced that TriGeo SIM version 4.0 will extend TriGeo's lead in active response technology

POST FALLS, Idaho -- TriGeo Network Security, a leading provider of security information and event management (SIEM) solutions, announced today that TriGeo SIM version 4.0 will extend TriGeo’s lead in active response technology with the introduction of Point and Click Response™ that puts the product’s entire response framework at the fingertips of IT personnel. With TriGeo’s new Point and Click response, an IP can be blocked or traffic routed, applications and services can be started or stopped, accounts can be enabled or disabled, privileges can be revoked, machines quarantined or shutdown, and these are just a few of the dozens of actions that empower IT teams to centrally manage both their network and their network security.

“There are dozens of ways the new Point and Click Response functionality makes life easier for IT teams,” says Michelle Dickman, president TriGeo Network Security. “Imagine seeing an account lockout in the console, and simply re-enabling the account, or if you detect some inappropriate web browsing, you could send a pop-up warning and even close their browser. These are network management and policy enforcement tasks, but TriGeo has a history of pushing SIEM technology beyond the narrow log aggregation and forensic analysis role of first generation products.”

TriGeo Network Security Inc.

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