Top Layer Updates Network Security Analyzer
Latest version features more customizable dashboards and faster installs
Top Layer Networks' Network Security Analyzer version 5 is now available, the company announced this week. The new version features several improvements to its reporting and dashboard capabilities.
The Network Security Analyzer is designed to work with Top Layer's IPS 5500 line of network-protection products. IPS 5500 devices generate security logs that the Network Security Analyzer analyzes to determine the likelihood of threats against the network.
New features in version 5.0 of the Network Security Analyzer include enhancements to the dashboard. Users can now customize their dashboards based on the level of complexity, from "basic" to "advanced." The dashboards can also adapt more easily to fit the level of detail an organization needs.
The latest version also features new reporting capabilities -- including the ability to send reports in a variety of formats (Word, Excel, HTML, or PDF) -- and easier installation.
"With the cyber threat landscape constantly evolving, organizations need quick and easy access to flexible dashboarding and reporting," said Mike Paquette, Top Layer's vice president and chief strategy officer, in a press release.
Paquette added that version 5.0 of the Network Security Analyzer "will continue to provide critical network threat information while offering new options for Security Operations Center (SOC) administrators to quickly categorize, track and report on these threats according to their specific infrastructure."
The Network Security Analyzer comes with every purchase of the IPS 5500. For more information, visit http://www.toplayer.com.
Gladys Rama is the senior site producer for Redmondmag.com, RCPmag.com and MCPmag.com.