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Log Analysis (SIEM)

Log Analysis

The central nervous system of your network

Are you drowning in the millions of logs generated every day in your network, from individual user activity to firewall and server logs?  Not sorting through the noise to quickly zero in on threats can all too often result in a damaging data breach.

Infogressive identifies the threats that hide within your logs through effective log analysis and data analytics also known as security information and event management (SIEM). Let our experts sort through the influx of data and alarms to detect and mitigate threats fast — before damage occurs.

Log Analysis

Real-Time Monitoring

Seconds matter when you’re
detecting threats

Log Analysis

Intelligent Correlation

Millions of logs are created,
only a few matter

Log Analysis

Compliance Ready

Intelligent reports help you
meet compliance requirements

Start making sense of your log data.  Talk to an expert to learn more.  

Below are the average number of logs created by devices every day. Do you have time to analyze
millions of logs?

individual workstation

Windows server

domain controller

firewall

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Why Infogressive?

Log management is about more than collecting and storing logs. Infogressive will help you understand what your data means. We specialize in normalizing log and machine data and identifying actionable insights to protect your network and automate compliance, threat detection and response.

How Log Analysis Works

 

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