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Our system provides Real-Time Log Monitoring  along with an intuitive Information Systems Activity Review.

Real Time Monitoring:  millions of logs are consolidated and run through into a system that looks for that needle in the haystack that, if present, requires immediate attention.  Our data security analysts watch the alerts coming from this system in real time, 24x7x365.

Information Systems Activity Review:  You will receive detailed daily reports reviewed by information security data analysts.  This helps you address problems as they occur.  When it’s time for your committee meetings, you will download trend reports to help identify any problems visible over time.

Example of our easy-read Interactive Daily Reports

We consolidate, monitor, report on, and respond in real-time to logs from your servers, firewalls, workstations, active directory, spyware defense, and anti-malware systems, Microsoft Exchange servers, core processors, and on-line banking systems. Any device or application that generates logs in syslog format can be filtered through our system and analyzed.

Visualization:  We can also bring in logs, reports, comma delimited data from any of your authentication systems, from critical applications including Internet Banking systems, Mortgage Origination applications, Core Applications, Teller Applications, etc.  Imagine the implications:  we have a “Put a Watch” capability that allows you to monitor asset-centric and user-centric reports.  The impact of this on “access management” as well as “segregation” will make your auditor smile!  Consider how this system can facilitate your need to perform periodic access reviews.  Imagine watching, in real time, as a terminated employees access is disabled across platforms.  Consider mitigating vendor risk by being able to watch what they do while traversing your network.

Meanwhile, our data security analysts watch your system in real time, and react to emergency events 24x7x365.  Our database allows custom queries as well as queues up correlation opportunities, trend information, troubleshooting reports, etc.

You see only what you need to see, when you need to see it!

Check out our SIEM Datasheet for more detailed information on what the infotex ELM System can do for you!

 


The infotex SIEM System features:

Call us for pricing and a demo:  (800) 466-9939 x808


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