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EiQ Networks Leverages Critical Security Controls to Deliver Proactive Compliance Management

First Solution to Map SANS Critical Security Controls to Compliance Frameworks for Improved Security

Boston, Mass., June 16, 2015 – EiQ Networks, a pioneer in continuous security intelligence, risk and compliance solutions and services, today announced a new version of SecureVue®, a security monitoring solution that automatically maps SANS Critical Security Controls audit data to compliance frameworks, including NIST, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, COBIT, FFIEC, NERC-CIP and ISO 27002.

Historically, compliance management has focused on reactive security monitoring (SIEM and Log Management) to meet various regulatory compliance mandates. SIEM and Log Management does not proactively identify weaknesses in an IT security posture. As a result, organizations of all sizes continue to experience an increasing number of breaches even though they are in compliance with regulations at the time of a breach. The primary reason being that this reactive check box approach to compliance fails to proactively identify potential weaknesses in security controls.

This new version of SecureVue continuously assesses SANS critical security controls to proactively identify weak links and provide remediation guidance to improve security and compliance posture. SecureVue delivers proactive and reactive security monitoring to help organizations implement appropriate security controls to protect against ever changing threat landscape while being in compliant with government and industry regulations.

“SecureVue enables customers to continuously assess their IT infrastructure against critical security controls and give them day-to-day operational intelligence on compliance mandates as well as industry best practices,” said Kevin Landt, Product Manager of EiQ Networks. “We are excited to provide our customers with a bird’s eye view of the compliance information they need to easily facilitate and meet audit requirements, and a platform to identify and remediate security controls weaknesses as quickly as possible to improve security.”

These new SecureVue capabilities are available both as a perpetual license or as a SaaS service offering.

Resources:

·         SecureVue Request a demo of SecureVue

·         SOCVue® SaaS service offering Free Trial Request a free trial of SOCVue

About EiQ Networks:

EiQ Networks, a pioneer in continuous security intelligence and compliance solutions and services, is transforming how organizations identify threats, mitigate risks and enable compliance. SecureVue®, a continuous security intelligence platform, helps organizations proactively detects incidents, implement security best practices, and receive timely and actionable intelligence along with remediation guidance. Through a single console, SecureVue enables a unified view of an organization's entire IT infrastructure for continuous security monitoring, critical security control assessment, configuration auditing, and compliance automation. In addition, EiQ offers SOCVue, a security monitoring software as a service (SaaS) offering, provides 24x7 security operations to Small to Medium enterprises that require security monitoring but lack resources or on-staff expertise to implement an effective security program. For more information, visit: http://www.eiqnetworks.com

 

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LucasOster,
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6/29/2015 | 3:12:37 PM
Other Proactive Options
Nice post. With every passing year, security becomes more difficult, but fortunately you still have choices. Another proactive resource for NIST compliance is Logicworks dot com. They work with several companies with a wide range of compliance and security challenges that are best addressed by a provider that has lots of experience in this area. They don't need to remake the wheel, because this is something they address each day. Make sure to look around to see that there is more than one way to address these challenges. 
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