|By Business Wire||
|February 25, 2014 09:12 AM EST||
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions, the leader in cyber threat intelligence management, today announced its HP ArcSight Common Event Format (CEF) certification, allowing customers to integrate threat intelligence and network context from the Lookingglass ScoutPlatformTM into HP ArcSight for correlation and response. This interoperability with the industry-leading security information and event management (SIEM) solution from HP ArcSight provides security analysts across customer organizations with additional contextual information to speed the identification of cyber threats.
The feature-rich API is readily accessible through the HP ArcSight console, allowing security analysts to access the powerful Lookingglass data set without having to operate a separate browser window.
“To combat today’s caliber of cyber threats, organizations require broad visibility from all source intelligence to prioritize risk and focus security resources,” said Chris Coleman, CEO of Lookingglass. “Lookingglass allows security operations teams to identify, understand and prioritize cyber threats within and beyond the enterprise perimeter, enabling customers with HP ArcSight to integrate valuable internal data with global Lookingglass and premium provider information sets.”
“Organizations today must have complete visibility into activity across the IT infrastructure to identify and defend against potential threats and improve their overall security postures,” said Frank Mong, vice president and general manager, Security Solutions, Enterprise Security Products, HP. “This extended intelligence from Lookingglass complements the HP ArcSight platform, further enabling organizations to collect, analyze and assess IT security, enterprise security and non-security events for rapid identification, prioritization and response.”
Lookingglass’ ScoutPlatformTM provides a global view into the Internet and transforms threat data into threat knowledge. This information is essential for security operations teams to identify, understand and prioritize cyber threats within and beyond the enterprise perimeter. The ScoutPlatform offers continuous monitoring capabilities that alert customers to the presence of threats within networks that are relevant to their organization while delivering aggregated, contextualized threat intelligence. Rather than being tied to the antiquated ‘stop any and all security events’ mindset, Lookingglass’ ScoutPlatform enables customers to rapidly determine the relevance of threats and more effectively focus resources, thereby adopting a new cyber security risk approach that tightly aligns business needs with operational realities.
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions is the world leader in threat intelligence monitoring and management enabling global cyber threat visibility and risk decision support. With its ScoutVisionTM and CloudScoutTM products, Lookingglass leverages all-source intelligence to provide context and continuously monitor threats far and near, such as the presence of botnets, hosts associated with cybercriminal networks, unexpected route changes and the loss of network resiliency. Lookingglass’ outside-in approach accounts for a client’s entire enterprise cyber ecosystem including the extended enterprise, and other networks beyond their control. This visibility brings an unprecedented view to help organizations understand their risks and enable a more proactive approach to the management of their overall security posture. For more information, visit www.LGScout.com.
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