EventTracker Wins Certificate of Networthiness from U.S. Army

With the addition of CoN, EventTracker holds one of the broadest sets of government certifications in the industry.

Columbia, MD – Prism Microsystems, a leading provider of comprehensive SIEM solutions for the midsize enterprise, today announced that its EventTracker Enterprise v7 security information and event management solution has achieved a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN) by the Department of Defense (DoD) U.S. Army installations.

A CoN is required by all enterprise-level software products servicing the U.S. Army Enterprise Infrastructure Network.  It was issued for EventTracker v7 based on its compliance with rigorous standards established by the U. S. Army and verifies that EventTracker v7 has met the Army’s requirements for security, compatibility and sustainability.

“The combination of increased threats to IT assets but shrinking budgets makes a compelling case for tireless automation.” said A. N. Ananth, CEO of Prism Microsystems.  “EventTracker has always been distinguished by the breadth of its coverage for the modern enterprise. This certification is another testament to our commitment to this market.”

EventTracker v7  is Common Criteria EAL2+ certified, SCAP validated for FDCC and now CoN certified. This “triple header” of certifications confirms EventTracker’s status as a premier SIEM solution provider to the government.

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About Prism Microsystems

Prism Microsystems delivers business critical solutions that transform high-volume cryptic log data into actionable, prioritized intelligence that will fundamentally change your perception of the utility, value and organizational potential inherent in log files. Prism’s leading solutions offer Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), real-time Log Management, and powerful Change and Configuration Management to optimize IT operations, detect and deter costly security breaches, and comply with multiple regulatory mandates.

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