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Dell InTrust featured in eWeek

January 22, 2015

Sean Michael Kerner wrote a column Dell InTrust Aims to Accelerate Security Discovery in the recent issue of eWeek. It features InTrust and highlights some of the new capabilities added to the latest 11.0 release.

I think that Sean captured the essence of this pivotal release. Here is a good quote:

InTrust 11.0’s enhanced IT search facility enables users to search different types of IT data from a single Web interface. Among the things that the IT search can help discover are answers to user activity questions, including understanding who has access to data, how the access was obtained and how the access was used.

InTrust 11.0 with its IT Search component does go beyond unstructured textual data in its conventional sense.  So, now not only you can search for a needle in the haystack of logs faster.  You can also make sense of all this data by putting it in a context of users, permissions and changes that make the picture of user activity so much clearer.

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