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Data Loss Prevention – Log & Event Manager

Data Loss Prevention – Log & Event Manager

January 14, 2015Wang Wei
In today’s world your network is subject to a multitude of vulnerabilities and potential intrusions and it seems like we see or hear of a new attack weekly. A data breach is arguably the most costly and damaging of these attacks and while loss of data is painful the residual impact of the breach is even more costly. The loss or leakage of sensitive data can result in serious damage to an organization, including: Loss of intellectual property Loss of copyrighted information Compliance violations Damage to corporate reputation/brand Loss of customer loyalty Loss of future business opportunities Lawsuits and ongoing litigation Financial and criminal penalties To help you protect sensitive data and reduce the risk of data loss, we recommend using a Security Information and Event Management ( SIEM ) technology such as SolarWinds® Log & Event Manager . If you’re not familiar with Log & Event Manager (LEM), it’s a comprehensive SIEM product, packaged in an ea
Log and Event Manager now with File Integrity Monitoring

Log and Event Manager now with File Integrity Monitoring

December 16, 2014Wang Wei
Security pros everywhere rely on SolarWinds Log & Event Manager for powerful, affordable, and efficient Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). Our All-In-One SIEM combines log management, event correlation, visualization, reporting, File Integrity Monitoring , USB defense, SQL database monitoring, and active response in a virtual appliance that’s easy to deploy, manage, and use. We've designed our SIEM specifically for smaller security departments—providing the feature set you need without the complexity and cost. Gain the power of SIEM without spending a fortune or hiring an army Increase security visibility with 24x7 automated monitoring and real-time analysis Obtain broader compliance support, stronger security intelligence, and a faster time-to-respond duration with embedded file integrity monitoring and active response Tackle compliance, security, and insider threats with expert-developed, per-packaged templates and automated log management Perform rapid r
SIEM for One, SIEM for All

SIEM for One, SIEM for All

July 08, 2014Wang Wei
IT security is not a luxury; it’s a necessity. While IT practitioners understand this and are on the lookout for effective security options for their network, security solutions manufacturers tend to serve the enterprise market and large companies more than they do smaller organizations and resource-constrained security teams. The reality is that 99% of IT security departments are resource-constrained in terms of budget, time, and staff. This situation directly aligns with the Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) market. With the scores of costly, appliance-based and enterprise SIEM solutions on the market, the majority of security teams find it difficult to adopt SIEM to strengthen network security. Even if they do manage to meet the high cost of a SIEM purchase, they end up acquiring a SIEM which is too big for their security needs. This means incurring additional appliance maintenance costs, IT staff overhead costs to manage the SIEM product, and training an
Top 3 Focus Areas that can help you in Data Loss Prevention

Top 3 Focus Areas that can help you in Data Loss Prevention

October 13, 2013Anonymous
One of the most intimidating issues that gives nightmares to IT teams across organizations is data breaches or data loss. Typically, data loss happens when security is compromised and corporate sensitive data is accessed. It might fall under any of these categories: Unauthorized, intentional or unintentional exfiltration of confidential information Data spill or data leak This can happen due to external security attacks like malware, hacking or sometimes even from an internal source such as a disgruntled employee. This calls for a data loss prevention (DLP) system in place that would help you contain and avoid the loss of data. Data loss happens in many stages and can be broadly categorized into three categories: Data in Motion: Data that moves through the network to the outside, in most cases using the Internet Data at Rest: Data that rests in your database and other provisions for storage Data at the Endpoints: Data at the endpoints of your network, say, data on USB and oth
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