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Arcsight and Nexthink

Nexthink analytics help revolutionize SIEM with a new integration of endpoint security and threat detection for ArcSight. This integration is now part of the Integration Toolkit with the release of Nexthink V6.

Nexthink and Mannai presented the first version of this ground-breaking Endpoint Threat Detection (ETD) solution for ArcSight at Protect.

Nexthink officially received the ArcSight Common Event Format (CEF) certification.

The integration between Nexthink and the ArcSight platform enables customers to improve security compliance, endpoint threat detection (ETD) and security information and event management (SIEM).

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Security & Targeted Attacks

Nexthink's security analytics helps ArcSight more quickly identify and understand end-user and endpoint related security compliance issues, targeted attacks and advanced threats.

With the addition of Nexthink, ArcSight is able to correlate end-user endpoint incidents with security appliances, network switches/routers and application servers and be more deterministic.

A study reported that 66% of breaches remain undiscovered for months. With today's increasingly sophisticated threats, it is imperative that your SIEM solution receives real-time notification of endpoint threat detection.

Why Integrate with Nexthink?

Close the end-user security gap with Nexthink’s security analytics. Transform your SIEM tool from a compliance and audit reporting system to a true analytics-based threat detection and response system.

All SIEM solutions can only report on events it receives from logs and other data available in the infrastructure, mainly security appliances, network switches/routers and application servers. SIEM solutions do not receive real-time and contextual data from endpoints, and 70% of organizations say they have endpoint information but it’s not useful in helping to discover abnormal activity.