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A log management and monitoring tool for public cloud platforms
The cloud has opened up new avenues for the ways businesses function. The easy deployment, adaptive scalability, and economical costs of the cloud platform have many organizations adopting it. However, meeting compliance needs and growing security concerns about data loss and unauthorized access hinders the tapping of the platform's full potential.
Cloud Security Plus combats these security concerns and protects your cloud. It gives complete visibility into both your AWS and Azure cloud infrastructures. The comprehensive reports, easy search mechanism, and customizable alert profiles enable you to track, analyze, and react to events happening in your cloud environments. Thus facilitating the smooth functioning of your business in a secure and protected cloud.
Securing Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Collects, monitors and analyses log data to provide insights on activity happening in the AWS environment.
Securing Microsoft Azure
Track user activity and changes in the Azure environment from information in the generated reports.
Centrally manage public clouds
Supports major public cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
Easily search through log data
Find what you're looking for with the smart log search engine and the advanced search options provided.
Alerts that keep you in the loop
Get notifications via email when unusual activities, web attacks, anomalous trends, and other security threats occur.
Detailed reports for the AWS cloud environment
A number of predefined reports provide detailed information on events that occur in Amazon EC2, Web Application Firewalls (WAF), Relational Database Service (RDS), Lambda, Security Token Service (STS), Elastic Block Store (EBS), Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), and Simple Storage Service (S3).
Track every activity that happens in the Microsoft Azure cloud
Reports provide insights on user activity and any changes made to network security groups, virtual networks, DNS zones, virtual machines, databases, and storage accounts.