SAN FRANCISCO Feb. 15, 2011
Available this quarter, the RSA Solution for Security Incident Management is engineered to automate the identification, prioritization and resolution of enterprise security incidents. A plug-and-play integration framework streams incidents in real-time from RSA enVision® platform to the RSA Archer™ eGRC platform. Identified incidents are then prioritized against data loss, identity, vulnerability, configuration and forensics feeds from RSA and other vendor platforms, providing complete context of events and their impact to the organization. This first integration of real-time SIEM feeds into a flexible GRC business workflow provides out of the box templates, flexible workflows, alerts and role-based dashboards to efficiently manage the remediation of security incidents.
Thought Leaders Initiate Industry’s First Security Management Working Group
RSA® Conference February 14, 2011 Samuele Ghelfi
"Security management professionals must cooperate, innovate and share best practices in order to keep up with the ever-expanding threat universe and enable business innovation," said Ghelfi. "The Security Management Working Group is a useful forum where leading security professionals will explore the challenges we face on a daily basis and share best practices that enable us to better facilitate the alignment of IT and business in our own organizations."
Services Help Build Customized Security Management Solutions Right-Sized for Every Organization
RSA Security Management Strategy Addresses Key Security, Risk and Compliance Issues
The RSA Solution for Security Incident Management will be generally available to customers this quarter. EMC Professional Services are generally available to customers now.
RSA, The Security Division of EMC, is the premier provider of security, risk and compliance management solutions for business acceleration. RSA helps the world’s leading organizations succeed by solving their most complex and sensitive security challenges. These challenges include managing organizational risk, safeguarding mobile access and collaboration, proving compliance, and securing virtual and cloud environments.
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