It is my pleasure to announce that Security Event Manager (SEM) 2020.2 is now available in your customer portal and you can download and upgrade your production servers, while retaining your complete configuration and history.
This release continued the focus on moving functionality from to old GUI to HTML5. Here are the major new GUI functionality:
Analyze Historical Data (new nDepth)
We've replaced nDepth with Analyze Historical Data, allowing you to quickly filter using pre defined filter or enter you own search, with suggestions. The histogram dispays the quantity of events happening in the time frame, with the events displaying below. Pick a time frame or use click to zoom to drill down. Click on the event to see all the details on the right.
Create connector profiles
Build connector profiles to build a set of standard connector settings and then push them to ag roup of agents. You can create connector profiles using an existing template with preconfigured connectors, from an agent with preconfigured connectors from the selected agent, or from a fresh profile with no preconfigured connectors or agents.
Create local SEM user accounts
Create local SEM users and assign roles to manage access to sensitive data and functions, and establish authentication requirements for each user account.
View the oldest stored events
Want to know the oldest stored event in your database? It's easy to do that (and more) now with the KPI widget.
To change the items in the KPI widge, simply click edit dashboard in the top right and then edit the widget. A side panel will slide out and allow you to select which KPI you want to show and set a threshold.
Select the KPI:
Set a threshold:
If you haven't checked them out yet, here's a complete list of what changed in SEM 2020.2.
If you don't see the features you've been waiting for, check out the What We're Working on for SEM post for a list of features our dedicated team of event nerds and code jockeys are already researching. If you don't see everything you've been wishing for, add it to the Server Event Manager (SEM) Feature Requests.