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Subject: Re: Anyone with any experience with MimeStar/Intrusion.com's Secu reNe t Pro...
From: Seitzer, Joseph (JSeitzerFDIC.GOV)
Date: Tue Dec 19 2000 - 11:13:46 CST
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I took a look at SecureNet Pro a couple of months ago and I was
mildly surprised with the product. It is a good management tool and in my
opinion it is becoming necessary to help sort through all of the logs from
all of your devices on your network.....Some of the things I like is that it
encrypts the data before sending it to the Managers, It is also easy to
script custom rules. It is definitely a product to look at. I would call
them and see if you can get a demo to setup yourself so you can get a feel
for it or if you are close to one of there offices ask to come in for a
demo. I have also been talking to another company called Mountain Wave inc.
(www.mountainwave.com) they are developing a management counsel that I would
say hands down beats SecureNet Pro. There web page doesn't tell anything
about the product(it is a good place to get your daily security news though)
but if you send and email to infomountainwave.com you can get the
information you need. They will be going BETA with there product in the very
near future and I think they will make our jobs *a lot* easier.
My $.02 take it or leave it.
Joseph W. Seitzer
Computer Security Analyst
IMSI, FDIC Contract
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob Terry [mailto:RTerryEXCEL.COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 9:47 AM
> To: FOCUS-IDSSECURITYFOCUS.COM
> Subject: Anyone with any experience with MimeStar/Intrusion.com's
> SecureNe t Pro...
> Hi all,
> I'm in the process of beginning an veal for placement of IDS
> equipment on
> the network I support. While I'm still bouncing around products, I ran
> across Intrusion.com's SecureNet Pro, previously MimeStar
> before merger
> mania hit. I ran through google and the other search engines,
> hoping for a
> review or some evidence of a real world test of this product,
> but found
> nada. If anyone has any information or views on the product,
> I'd love to
> Thanks for your time.