Secure your critical business applications
Like any organization, your business runs on at least a few applications that are critical for business productivity. From databases to web servers, you need to make sure your business-critical applications are up and running at all times. But with hackers subjecting your applications to SQL injection and DoS (Denial of Service) attacks, this is easier said than done.
When your website is a revenue source for your business, a downed web server can affect business continuity and become a nightmare for your administrators. Additionally, your databases store confidential business-related information as well as customer data, making security enforcement a must, not just for compliance demands but also for maintaining customer trust.
Log data from these applications gives you insight into how your applications are being used, helping you track suspicious behavior and mitigate security threats. To get started with log management you have to outline your requirements, identify the events that concern you, and set up a policy to audit those events on your database or web server. Then, in order to detect and mitigate security threats, you need to centralize these logs in your log management tool for analysis. This is where EventLog Analyzer comes in.
Audit and secure your business-critical assets with EventLog Analyzer
EventLog Analyzer can audit log data from critical business applications to give you neat, predefined graphical audit reports. You'll be given full control over critical business applications, and will also be alerted of any security events that could indicate potential attacks on your enterprise.
For example, when it comes to web servers, you can visualize activity on your web server, track errors, status codes, and server activity (including the top users and pages), and be alerted of web server threats (such as cross-site scripting, malicious URL requests, and more). All of these features will help you improve web server performance and ensure a quality user experience for your site visitors. And when it comes to your databases, you can audit privileged user activity, DDL and DML changes, and security events of interest such as privilege abuse and SQL injections.
You can also easily schedule periodic log imports from your applications in specific intervals. EventLog Analyzer gives you vital information on your business-critical applications and helps you secure them. Just by auditing your logs, you can ensure those apps are always up and