RSA is pleased to announce the general availability of RSA Security Analytics 10.4.1. RSA Security Analytics 10.4.1 is a substantial release, which contains resolution of over 60 field reported defects, and provides improvements in usability, workflow and reliability.
With 10.4.1, users will experience a number of enhancements. Some highlights:
- The ability to clone an ESA Rule to an Advanced Rule
- The ability to edit cloned rules
- The ability to name a file when exporting PCAPs or Logs
- The ability to export a CSV file of devices from Event Source Monitoring
In addition to the feature enhancements described, RSA Security Analytics 10.4.1 resolves a significant number of high priority field reported issues which include resolution of many defects, minor feature enhancements, and usability/supportability improvements that span our User Interface as well as many Security Analytics core system services. Please refer to the RSA Security Analytics 10.4.1 Release Notes for specific details.
á Log Decoder
á Malware Analysis
á Security Analytics Server
á Security Analytics Warehouse
Important: RSA strongly recommends utilizing the Upgrade Pre-check Script available on SecurCare Online prior to upgrade to check for common environmental issues that can affect an upgrade.
Important: Customers who have implemented 10G functionality must install the Q4 Security Patch prior to upgrade to 10.4.1 in order to maintain 10G functionality. The Security Analytics Q4 Security Patch can be obtained on SecurCare Online here:
To take advantage of RSA Security Analytics 10.4.1, RSA recommends all customers upgrade to this latest version. Please see detailed upgrade paths below for additional information.
Recommendation for current Customers:
Customers who are running 10.3.4, 10.3.5, 10.4.0, 10.4.0.1, and 10.4.0.2 may directly upgrade to 10.4.1. For customers of earlier versions, please follow the tested upgrade path outlined in the Release Notes.
RSA encourages customers to review the 10.4.1 Release Notes for more detail.