LogLogic presents: Log Data Warehousing for Information Asset Protection and User Activity Monitoring

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Loglogic Inc
Loglogic Inc
Date: Sept. 11
Time: On demand
Duration: 1 hour
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Description:
Join logging experts from LogLogic and ESG as we identify best practices for developing a log data warehouse for information asset protection and compliance.

On this webcast, you will learn how to create a fingerprint of user and systems activity using log data from any source, how to align log data, IT controls and compliance mandates and best practices and tips.

About the Sponsor:
 LogLogic provides the world's leading enterprise-class platform for collecting, storing, reporting and alerting on 100 percent of IT log data from virtually any device, operating system or application. LogLogic 4 LX and ST systems address the compliance, operations and risk mitigation needs of the most demanding Fortune and Times 1,000 companies globally. LogLogic's innovations include creating the world's first search engine for fast moving IT log data and Compliance Suites that automate using that data to enforce critical controls and regulations.
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