ArcSight, Inc., a global leader in Enterprise Security Management (ESM) software, today announced that its ESM solution has achieved its second consecutive first place finish in Network Computing’s Editor’s Choice. In comprehensive tests conducted at Network Computing’s Neohapsis Real-World Labs®, ArcSight outperformed seven competing products.
According to Network Computing, ArcSight beat out competitors due in part to a broad set of preconfigured dashboards, as well as a very broad array of tools to monitor and manage the system. Greg Shipley from Network Computing said, “ArcSight´s SIM suite is the most comprehensive SIM tool we have tested. ArcSight beat out competitors due in part to a broad set of preconfigured dashboards, as well as a dizzying array of tools to monitor and manage the system. ArcSight ESM sports an extremely flexible “connector” framework capable of bandwidth throttling and batch queuing; both Web and Java console access; reporting and incident-analysis tools; support for a wide range of device types, including more than 120 products from 60-plus vendors; and a comprehensive real-time correlation capability that we found helpful. ArcSight ESM remains a few steps ahead of the competition.”
“Network Computing is one of the most respected testing publications in the industry, and renowned for evaluating products against real-world requirements,” said Steve Sommer, senior vice president of marketing and business development at ArcSight. “Winning the Editor’s Choice for a second time in a row is a powerful endorsement of ArcSight and our ability to deliver a comprehensive ESM solution that fulfils customer requirements for security, regulatory compliance and insider threat management.”
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