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Trustwave launches SIEM solution

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Trustwave has announced the launch of new security information and event management (SIEM) software to bring together data correlation and reporting.

Named the Trustwave SIEM Enterprise, the company said that it brings together advanced data correlation and threat intelligence with pre-configured rule and role-based controls and reporting.

According to the company, Trustwave SIEM Enterprise also includes extensive third-party device support, hundreds of pre-packaged security and compliance reports, advanced threat correlation and intelligence feeds, and Big Data processing power.

Leo Cole, general manager of security solutions at Trustwave, said: “Today's security professionals are demanding more value and manageability out of SIEM. They need to advance from traditional log management to more sophisticated threat correlation, improved security intelligence and sustainable risk management, without the deployment and management complexity that often turns traditional SIEM tools into ‘shelf-ware.'

“Trustwave SIEM Enterprise gives security analysts the power to do what they've wanted to do with SIEM but couldn't before due to complexity and limited resources.”

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