netForensics announced enhancements to its nFX Security Information Management solution, nFX SIM One 4.1 which provides customers with integration to HP’s Configuration Management Database, bi-directional communication with HP OpenView, support for either 32 or 64 bit hardware, and deeper integration with helpdesk products such as Remedy.
In addition, the new version also offers several enhancements for Managed Security Providers such as the ability to install multiple instances of nFX SIM One’s Rules Based Correlation Engines, allowing customization of security policy down to the customer level and improved failover capabilities.
netForensics provides critical security and compliance data to CMDB and makes enhanced configuration, change and patch management prioritization, as well as root cause analysis, available to the entire HP software offering, thus creating the only self aware CMDB in the marketplace. Customers can benefit from reduced complexity and cost associated with provisioning, change management and incident response.
Other new features include 32/64 bit support (or a combination of both) to allow users to install collectors and engines on 32 or 64 bit hardware depending on organizational requirements, deeper integration with Remedy trouble ticketing to increase the efficiency of opening and closing tickets, and increased usability within the user interface to bookmark tabs.