Novell has updated its security event management (SEM) software to improve data compliance and identity management at organisations.
Sentinel Version 5.1.3 is based on technology acquired by Novell when it bought e-Security earlier this year.
The new software automates the collection of event log data from security devices, and makes it available through a simple management console.
Pricing for Sentinel Version 5.1.3 starts at £57,000. This includes a Sentinel server licence, correlation engine and console; and 20 collector systems (distributed software agents) that send data from operating systems, databases, firewalls, network devices and other assets.
Novell has added German, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese language support to the system too.
Since buying the e-Security SEM technology, Novell has been busy integrating it with its identity management and Linux server offerings.
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