ArcSight has refreshed a number of its enterprise products, promising better management tools and enhanced protection.
The security firm, recently acquired by HP, offers security and compliance software, and is hoping to help customers better tackle the threats associated with modern internet use, via staff and systems monitoring.
"Organisations can no longer look for external attacks as the only threat," said Tom Reilly, president and chief executive at ArcSight.
"With the number of cyber threats and attacks on the rise, organisations are learning that a security approach must be multi-dimensional, taking into account all data, who has access to it and what they are doing at all times."
ArcSight's Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) event management tool now offers real-time threat assessment as well as an idea of its likely impact.
New features include industry specific field sets which can be customised for individual firms, a web services API designed to let users build hooks into other applications, and more developer tools for further integration.
Also refreshed is ArcSight IdentityView, offering better compliance, as well as tools to detect individual unauthorised application or data use and access.
ArcSight's Logger 5.0 log management software, meanwhile, now lets customers get a better overview of application use, helping to capture, store and search usage information.
Finally, updates to ArcSight Connectors now allow customers to "clean and categorise" log data from third-party apps and custom and legacy systems.
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