What is ArcSight Recon? (& list of documentation)

What is ArcSight Recon? (& list of documentation)

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What is ArcSight Recon?

For orgs that plan to build a full #SOC but aren’t there yet, ArcSight Recon is an excellent option, with its own analytics engine and can expand as needed. 

Security professionals familiar with ArcSight will recognize features from ArcSight Logger and ArcSight Investigate. These features have been preserved and fashioned into one cohesive storage and analytics solution. Features like compliance reporting, MITRE ATT&CK reports, and data visualizations are all a part of ArcSight Recon. In fact, existing ArcSight customers with Logger and/or Investigate can upgrade to ArcSight Recon free of charge. This is yet another way ArcSight is demonstrating their commitment to simplicity and intelligence in security.

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ArcSight Recon 1.0 Documentation

Provides a modern hunt solution powered by a high-performance ingestion and advanced analytics database, which helps pinpoint security issues regardless of the timeframe chosen or result size analyzed.

Getting Started

Release Notes for ArcSight Recon 1.0

Technical Requirements for ArcSight Recon 1.0

 

Deployment and Configuration

Administrator's Guide for ArcSight Recon 1.0

 

Interacting with Recon

User's Guide for ArcSight Recon 1.0

 

 

 

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