One of the more vexing challenges security practitioners and managers face is determining –- quickly and accurately –- which of the myriad of events, alerts, and warnings they receive on a continuous basis is most deserving of their attention. Tenable's Unified Security Monitoring (USM) solution uniquely solves that challenge by integrating active and passive vulnerability management with SIEM capabilities –- providing a contextualized and prioritized view of events and activity. USM helps users quickly focus their attention and energies on the most pressing security issues, as well as ferreting out suspicious activity that would otherwise go undetected.
This week’s release of Tenable's Log Correlation Engine (LCE) version 4 adds several new features that enhance its ability to support complex enterprise environments, as well as make the day-to-day jobs of users easier and more productive. Here are some of the key upgrades:
- Much faster processing speeds. LCE v4 can process more than 30,000 events per second. That's up to 20 times faster than version 3, made possible through multi-core support and other engine improvements.
- ‘Smart’ load balancing. LCE v4 automatically routes tasks to new or underutilized servers when workloads increase, enhancing efficiency.
- Enhanced event full-text search. Allows LCE users to identify specific events and network-based activity by rapidly sifting through mountains of log data, saving time and improving efficiency.
- Easier deployment, administration, and operation; centralized administration of LCE Client systems. Existing LCE users will welcome operational enhancements, including the ability to update remote client configuration settings through changes on a central LCE server, saving time and reducing the potential for errors.