Windows Event Log Analysis Software
As a security administrator, your job becomes significantly easier when you have a lot of data points to work with. Traditionally, data points in a network exist mostly in the form of log data, most of which is event logs. For better decision-making, especially in situations where quick action is required, administrators should ideally be equipped with a powerful event log analysis tool that can provide actionable data.
EventLog Analyzer is a log management tool that can analyze event logs and multiple other log formats. Its out-of-the-box support for multiple log formats and its custom log parser make it the preferred choice of IT administrators.
Here's why EventLog Analyzer is the smart choice for an event log analysis solution:
By default, EventLog Analyzer supports the Windows event log format. The moment you install EventLog Analyzer, it will be ready to collect, parse, and analyze event logs from all the Windows devices in your network. These event logs can be from any Windows log source, including workstations, firewalls, servers, and hypervisors.
EventLog Analyzer supports both agentless and agent-based methods for log collection. Based on the requirements of your environment, you can decide whether to use native log collection mechanisms, or use the tool's built-in log collecting agent.
In addition to event logs, you can also analyze numerous other formats, including syslog. This ensures that administrators with EventLog Analyzer get a 360-degree view of their networks.
In IT security, even the tiniest details can play a huge role. To leverage the event logs at hand, you need a log management tool that's flexible enough to normalize, parse, and extract every bit of information that each event log has. If there's an event log field that isn't extracted by default, simply tell EventLog Analyzer's custom log parser how to recognize that specific field. EventLog Analyzer will take over from there, parse that field each time it receives a suitable event log, and index it in its database.
In the event that your enterprise has a proprietary application with a log format of its own and you need to monitor and analyze these logs, EventLog Analyzer can get the job done for you. It's a cakewalk to kickstart the custom log parser to recognize, normalize, and parse logs from your custom applications.
While analyzing event logs, referring to historical logs can help with identifying patterns to see if an event is likely to occur again. But to do that, you need a tool that can systematically store event logs and retrieve them whenever needed. One major problem is the terabytes of memory space that historical event logs occupy, leading to loss of storage space and higher overhead costs.
With EventLog Analyzer, you can automate event log archival by setting the number of days after which the event logs need to be moved to the archive. Once that's configured, EventLog Analyzer will automatically move event logs into folders, and compress the folders before encrypting them to ensure integrity and prevent tampering. At any point in time, the archive log files can be loaded into EventLog Analyzer for purposes such as log forensics and analysis.
With all the features mentioned above, along with even more like event correlation and threat intelligence, EventLog Analyzer proves itself to be a powerful network security solution.
EventLog Analyzer offers log management, file integrity monitoring, and real-time event correlation capabilities in a single console that help meeting SIEM needs, combat security attacks, and prevent data breaches.
Monitor and track privileged user activities to meet PUMA requirements. Get out-of-the-box reports on critical activities such as logon failures, reason for logon failure, and more.
Centrally manage event log data from Windows devices including workstations, servers, and terminal servers to meet auditing needs. Combat security attacks with real-time alerts and event correlation.
Collect and analyze Syslog data from routers, switches, firewalls, IDS/IPS, Linux/Unix servers, and more. Get in-depth reports for every security event. Receive real-time alerts for anomalies and breaches.
Centrally monitor & audit IIS web server logs. Secure IIS servers by detecting anomalous events with instant email/SMS alerts. Get predefined reports on server errors and attacks.
Comply with the stringent requirements of regulatory mandates viz., PCI DSS, FISMA, HIPAA, and more with predefined reports & alerts. Customize existing reports or build new reports to meet internal security needs.
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