Alongwith the name change, the company also introduced a new version of its security information management product - SenSage 3.0
Addamark Technologies, a provider of security information management (SIM) products, today announced its name change to SenSage, Inc., and the launch of a new version of its product - SenSage 3.0.
According to the company, SenSage 3.0 adds a new real-time correlation and alerting engine, sophisticated multi-user support, an enhanced user interface and extensive reporting capabilities. Rockwell Automation, a provider of industrial automation power, control and information solutions has adopted SenSage 3.0 to reduce the cost of security operations, protect against insider threats and ensure compliance with corporate policies and government regulations.
"The name change to SenSage reflects our commitment to delivering intelligence and meaning from the endless log files IT management must sort through to identify and protect against both external and internal threats," said Jim Pflaging, President and CEO, SenSage. "With SenSage 3.0 - we are extending our leadership in the SIM category by adding real-time correlation and alerting to our strong log data management and analysis capabilities."
"We are looking to SenSage as a way of streamlining operational processes for detecting security events and implementing internal controls that are key to regulatory compliance," said Brad Jobe, Information Security Manager, Rockwell Automation. "SenSage 3.0's long term log management capabilities in combination with a real time correlation engine should be an excellent complement to our existing internal controls processes."
SenSage 3.0 license prices range from $50k to $200k for departmental and enterprise offerings.