Best Practices for Enterprise Log Management
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, September 30, 2010 TIME: 15:00 CEST, 1pm UTC, 9am EDT
- Increasing pressure from regulatory compliance, professionalized external attacks, and the increasing complexity of IT environments require a consolidated, close to real-time overview of logs to mitigate risks and to support automated, efficient management of IT infrastructures.
- Having high-level policies and controls is important – but if you are not able to drill down to the details, you can’t prove what is shown at the top. Log management provides the details you need.
- Log management as one foundational element in GRC strategies which span all levels – from business to the technical systems.
- Missing standardization requires tools which enable the easy consolidation and aggregation of different logs.
Efficiently Managing Risks and Simplifying Regulatory Compliance in Hybrid EnvironmentsMartin Kuppinger, Kuppinger Cole
- Better protecting customer and enterprise information against new threats
- Leveraging your current infrastructure to increase efficiency and minimize capex
- Defining a strong and cloud-proof security foundation to manage risk, comply with regulations and reduce overall complexity
- IT Market Landscape and Dynamics
A Proactive Approach to Risk ManagementPascal Oetiker, Novell
- Where are the potentials to simplify risk management?
- Log Management Best Practices
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