Micro Focus’ ArcSight SIEM Stands the Test of Time

IT security threats are becoming all the more common and complex, but can you rely on your current SIEM to keep your data safe in the long run, especially with 5G’s promises for hyperconnectivity in the near future? 5G is one giant leap forward for data connectivity, and it’s crucial that your company’s SIEM is ready to back you up when the time comes. 

Micro Focus’ ArcSight has paved the way for SIEM for several years, and their most recent case study makes it self-evident as to why that’s the case. ArcSight has proven to cut costs by 50% for their customers, while also providing advanced threat detection with full visibility and reporting in near real-time. DNEX-Technology’s CEO, Rodney Lee, even reported that ArcSight enabled a projected 4-week project to be completed in just two weeks, and it’s sophisticated implementation filtered 80% of incoming events as noise, so the DNeX team could hone-in and primarily focus on high-risk areas. 

Rodney Lee says “Without it, I would not be able to run our mission-critical SOC, supporting all our customers with a minimum of two staff per shift. […] Even though the attack landscape is changing all the time, and becoming more challenging by the day, I feel in great hands with ArcSight.” 

ArcSight Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) is a comprehensive real-time threat detection, analysis, workflow, and compliance management platform with increased data enrichment capabilities. Hosted in a DNeX datacenter, ArcSight ESM processes, and analyses customer security logs with a typical lag time of fewer than five seconds. 

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