Announcing HP ArcSight Application View-protect your applications

 With the evolution of threats targeting applications as the weakest link in the security ecosystem, it’s becoming more and more difficult to keep your information safeguarded.  Many security applications have no logging capabilities built in, especially, custom applications.  That leaves you with zero visibility when it comes to potential security-related events from user activity (such as session access, or dB queries).  


No event information is available for correlation in support of corporate identity theft or data theft policy, SOX, PCI and HIPPA compliance, etc.  You are effectively blind to some of the most targeted security threats out there today.  These types of threats are not something traditional IPS can identify and log for monitoring and action, such as blocking.  What you need, is an integrated product—a collaborative solution—rather than a slew of different products that operate individually with no communication.


I am pleased to announce t HP ArcSight Application View. This unique solution automatically monitors your application to provide you with threat intelligence feeds that help you defend your applications and data against threats that would otherwise go undetected.


To learn more about HP ArcSight Application View, I encourage you to read my full blog about it. You can also join us at HP Protect, session 1175—Visibility in network applications: HP ArcSight Application View solution, to learn more about this solution.



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