Through our many conversations with security operations center (SOC) teams, we constantly hear the battle cry for faster, more intuitive search and investigation built on their security operations platform. Traditionally, SOC teams have used complex manual processes and third-party tools that were never designed to function in today’s cyber landscape—making it difficult to find those “needle in the haystack” alerts that could severely impact a business, or to respond to attacks in real time. We’ve listened and are excited to announce the launch of the HPE Security ArcSight Investigate Early Access Program.
ArcSight Investigate is a new search and investigation product in the ArcSight family that provides:
- Up to 10x faster search using HPE Vertica as an embedded high-performance database*
- Powerful and intuitive search experience using customizable dashboards
- Direct integration with Hadoop as a long-term data lake
ArcSight Investigate is an important step in the evolution of our Intelligent Security Operations vision and is fully integrated with the market-leading ArcSight portfolio which includes ArcSight Data Platform (ADP) 2.0 and ArcSight Enterprise Security Manager (ESM). Together, the portfolio delivers a comprehensive solution for real-time detection, investigation, analytics and response.
ArcSight Investigate Early Access participants will be given a unique opportunity to experience the next-generation in security search, investigation and analytics for better managing today’s barrage of threats. As part of the program, we work with customers to gather valuable feedback so that we can continue to tailor the solution based on unique challenges and use cases.
We expect ArcSight Investigate to be generally available in early calendar Q2, 2017. In the meantime, please visit www.hpe.com/arcsightinvestigate for more information and to register for the Early Access program. Also, don’t miss a sneak peek and the opportunity to talk with our team in person at RSA in booth #3717.
*Based on internal benchmarking from the Hewlett Packard Labs