IT Compliance & Event Log Management Software for SIEM
Syslog & Windows
Why eventlog analysis is required?
Eventlog analysis to monitor critical intranet security events
EventLog Analyzer carry out logs analysis for all Windows, Linux and Unix systems, Switches and Routers (Cisco), other Syslog supporting devices, and applications like IIS, MS SQL. Eventlog analyzer application is capable of performing real-time log file analysis. Event log files analyzer application can carry out log file analysis of imported files. The files can be imported from the archive or from any machine.
When an important security event is generated on a machine in the network, event log file analyser application collects, performs log analysis and displays the event on the EventLog Analyzer Dashboard, in real-time. The event log report is generated from the analyzed event logs. From the event log reports (graphs), you can drill down to the raw log events and do a root cause analysis within minutes, and then focus on resolving it.
The logging analyser application carry out imported and archived log files analyses to fulfill the requirements of forensic analysis and event log audit. The forensic and audit reports can be generated from the analyzed logs.
Receive instant alerts on critical events on specific servers
You can set up alerts to be triggered when specific events are generated on your servers. For example, you can set up an alert to notify the administrator when an Emergency event is generated on the Mail server. Alerts can be emailed to operators when triggered. Using EventLog Analyzer alerts, you are informed about the latest status of each system on your network.
Archive distributed events to a central location
Archived event logs give a lot of insight into the performance of the system over time. But unless all event logs are archived in a central location, and operators are able to access them at any time, event log retreival is a fairly complex task. EventLog Analyzer automatically archives event logs received from each system, in a central location, and allows operators to access the archives at any time.