I am curious about the replacement product for the CSPM. I have heard mention of it several times but have not seen anything that describes it's features as yet. Is there an eval version out there?
Another department here is building a report generator based off the data set for the event viewer in CSPM ... They're wanting to know if there is a difference in the new Front-end. Nice to see someone thinking ahead so... any info available?
I havent seen anything on CCO yet but your sales office might be able to get you some info. Generally Cisco doesnt talk much about its new products until they release. Im sure thats for competitive reasons.
CSPM V3 is now a bundled package with CiscoWorks VMS 2.0 if that is what you are referring to. If there is going to be a stand-alone product with similar funtionality I have not heard and my local Cisco reps say "no dice"
The new CSPM suppose to be out 3rd qtr (not sure exactly) will incorporate the VMS system and the IDS sensors management in one central location. You can manage network sensors just like you do now, but you can then get the Host IDS system installed on say webservers and manage them from the same CSPM.
Entercept is the company behing the Host IDS software.
Cisco will evolve CSPM for IDS to have new functionality such as:
1. Higher scalability, supporting more sensors for configurations and higher event volumes
2. Event correlation to identify attacks mounted across sensors, across time, and from different addresses
3. Flexible notification scheme and automated responses to critical events.
4. Support for multiple event types
5. Signature tuning to reduce false positives
6. Web based interface
If customers buy VMS 2.0 (which includes CSPM today), with a SAS service update contract, they will the new software at no additional cost. The new software will be released as an update to VMS 2.0.
VMS 2.x also includes the Cisco IDS Host Sensor Console. The network and host IDS consoles will be two separate software products but they can coexist on the same server. The Host console can pass events to the new Network IDS event viewer for an integrated view of events.
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