Unifying the essential security controls… providing great security visibility while bringing down costs… making it easier to manage security… that’s AlienVault.
Having one platform that provides all the security information we need in one place is essential.”
Security Manager, Medium Enterprise Health Care Company
This was just one of many similar responses that we got from AlienVault customers when we surveyed them recently to gain a better understanding of the value of our Unified Security Management platform. 86% of surveyed IT organizations use AlienVault’s USM solution to improve security visibility, and it was gratifying to learn that many of our customers were able to gain this visibility while reducing their security budget by up to 45%. Turns out, investing in one complete solution is more cost effective than having to buy and integrate many different point solutions.
But don’t believe us. Listen to what our customers have to say…
“Planet Payment has seen a 25-35% cost reduction by investing in AlienVault Unified Security Management compared to buying and then integrating point solutions.”
“AlienVault’s Unified Security Management platform has given us much greater exposure to threats and potential threats in our environment. We replaced Cisco Mars with AlienVault and it’s been significantly cheaper, easier to manage and gives us much better information.”
“Martin’s Point Health Care has seen more than a 45% cost reduction by investing in AlienVault’s Unified Security Management compared to buying and then integrating point solutions.”
“AlienVault allows us to get a quick picture of everything going on in our environment… it would be hard for me to name a better product for security operations.”
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the 3rd largest Telco in the world
Telefonica (TFE), headquartered in Madrid, Spain, is the third-largest telecommunications provider in the world with more than $80 billion in revenue in 2010. With over a quarter million employees in 25 countries, Telefonica ranks in the top ten percent of the FT Global 500. It provides fixed and mobile telephony, Internet and digital television services across Europe and the Americas through its proprietary networks and in Asia through its affiliates.
With hundreds of millions of individual customers, and hundreds of thousands of business clients ranging from small businesses to global multinationals and government agencies, it can’t afford anything to go wrong.
David Barroso from Telefonica and Jaime Blasco discuss Sharing Threat Intelligence with the AlienVault Open Threat Exchange. Watch the video.
With AlienVault we are able to definitively know what is happening on our management networks in terms of security.
We simply could not have spent what a similarly complete security solution would have cost.
Javier Diaz-Palacios , Director of Security and Communications, Telefonica
Marquette’s IT services department had no ability to monitor the hundreds of servers, thousands of students and terabytes of data that flow through their 10G network.
Individually collecting logs from a large number of network infrastructure components, servers and authentication/ access control systems was a daunting and time-consuming task when trying to trace potential security incidents and prevent data breaches. Responding to security incidents in a timely manner proved impossible.
AlienVault has been an indispensable tool in Marquette’s move from a reactionary to a proactive security posture; security is so much about visibility – you can only cursorily protect what you can’t see. AlienVault helped turn the lights on.
Justin P. Webb Security Analyst, IT Services, Marquette University
6th Largest Public Railway
Metro Madrid is the public rail transportation system for Madrid, Spain, and one of the largest metropolitan rail systems in the world. With 175 miles of track and 300 stations, collectively its complex network includes thousands of switches, routers, firewalls and wireless access points but, perhaps more interestingly, it has tens of thousands of end devices – from wireless devices on board trains and signaling systems, to lifts, escalators, PCs and even ladders!
Only by ensuring the security of these IT and control system networks can it deliver modern, fast and economically efficient services.
The AlienVault platform has proved that it can scale. We use it to monitor 4500 devices and over 50,000 servers across 300 railway stations as well as secure internet access for the 2.5 million customers we serve each day.
Fernando Morales Engineering Project Manager, Metro de Madrid
Xanterra Parks and Resorts
Xanterra Parks and Resorts is a privately-owned park and resort management company based in Greenwood Village, Colorado. One of the largest national parks concessioner in the United States, Xanterra specializes in park tourism.
It has a workforce of over 7,500 and provides services at a number of state and many national parks including Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Zion, Rocky Mountain, Petrified Forest, Everglades, Crater Lake and Mt. Rushmore as well as the Grand Canyon Railway and Silverado Country Club.
Xanterra operates more than 30 hotels with over 5,300 guest rooms, 2,200 campsites and RV sites, 52 retail stores, 68 restaurants, and several golf courses, marinas and horse stables. It also owns Kingsmill Resort in Virginia, the historic Grand Canyon Railway and Windstar Cruises.
AlienVault brought together a wealth of useful tools with a deployment strategy and proposal that made technical and financial sense. Our PCI project has been a success.
Hector Garcia Director of Infrastructure and Security, Xanterra Parks and Resorts
The City of Los Angeles
The Information Technology Agency (ITA) manages the IT infrastructure and its security for the City of Los Angeles – part of the greater Los Angeles Metro area with a population of 13M. The ITA needed to secure the city’s computer infrastructure – a large network with several thousand routers and switches and over 500 application and web servers and mainframes. This incorporates its financial systems, LAPD (police department) and critical systems for all departments. As it includes ten websites that process credit cards payments, the agency also needed to ensure its systems were com- pliant with the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
As with all governmental agencies its budget was minimal, to non-existent, and although the agency has 500 people, only a few are directly tasked with securing the City’s systems.
“We deployed a leading SIEM for security management, but because of budget constraints, we couldn’t cover all the devices we needed to monitor…. AlienVault’s bundled VA and IDS capabilities save the city money that would otherwise be spent on additional products.”
Brian Cao, System Programmer, City of Los Angeles