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eIQnetworks Updates SecureVue

eIQnetworks combines GRC Audit Management with next-generation SIM to streamline IT assurance

ACTON, Mass. -- eIQnetworks®, Inc., a global provider of integrated security, risk and audit management solutions, today announced the immediate availability of the next evolution of its flagship SecureVue® solution. SecureVue 3.0 adds governance, risk and compliance (GRC) audit management, network behavior anomaly detection (NBAD) and 3-D visualization to its existing next-generation security information management (SIM) solution, providing enterprises with an integrated security, risk and audit platform to radically simplify IT assurance.

“As IT and business operations teams become more skilled at identifying, analyzing and remediating security issues, they will take on more and more security responsibilities,” wrote Paul Stamp, principal analyst at Forrester in his recent report, Security Information Management Market Forecast, 2007 To 2011. “Thus, it will become commonplace for information security teams to be more interested in setting and overseeing policy than with the specifics of its implementation. SIM will be the primary tool for enabling operations teams and security teams to collaborate on: turning business policy into specific configurations and requirements; assessing the risk of ongoing security issues; and coordinating the response to security incidents.”

Historically, enterprises have managed audit and security functions with multiple point products. The latest version of SecureVue provides an advanced framework that combines GRC audit management with next-generation SIM to help organizations strategically address evolving security and compliance challenges and improve operational efficiencies. By using eIQ’s integrated security, risk and audit platform, enterprises are able to realize significant business benefits, including:

  • Reduced management complexity and cost;

  • Increased collaboration between NOC, SOC and compliance teams;

  • Faster identification and remediation of hard-to-detect security incidents; and

  • Improved enterprise-wide security, policy and compliance management, with support for COBIT, ISO 17799, ISO 27000, NIST 800-53, CA 1386, FISMA, GLBA, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOX and more.

“Meeting regulatory mandates and conforming to industry best practices prove challenging for all organizations subject to security and compliance audits,” said Ernest Quaglieri, chief information security officer at The State of Rhode Island. “Disparate point solutions create inefficiencies between network, security and operations teams. An integrated platform like SecureVue enables The State of Rhode Island to foster inter-departmental collaboration.”

eIQnetworks Inc.

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