69 percent of American security practitioners say their enterprise cybersecurity focuses on reactions and incidents; therefore, they don’t work on proactive cybersecurity activities like threat hunting or incorporating threat intelligence

The dramatic increase in new products and new markets to address different facets of IT security have created a challenge for IT administrators, that of integrating all of the new technology into a cohesive system. Integrating events from different products such as firewall, Intrusion Detection/Prevention, Anti-Virus, and Anti-Spam systems is an important step in the maturing of an organizations security profile.

In addition, aligning the functionality of these components such that they are complimentary, instead of conflicting, is critical to establishing a consistent security\ profile. Finally, the unification of these technologies is also a imperative in the delivery of technology solutions to support compliance initiatives that are so critical to organizations in today’s business environment.

Benefits / attributes of Security Product Integration include:

    • Increased efficiency through the creation of a unified system for events management, remediation, and threat detection.
    • Complimentary technologies deployed to better serve the organizations IT security and business goals
    • Minimize network outages caused by worms and viruses through integrated events management and response
    • Unification of features and functions across different product types
    • Installation, Implementation, Tuning and Training
    • Reduced time to integrate guest access parameters with existing authentication systems
    • Collection of identity data on connecting guests
    • Installation, implementation, tuning and training