Our log management solution, EventLog Analyzer, has had yet another busy year. Being named in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM for the fifth time was one of the high points. We also had the satisfaction of helping many organizations ensure their overall cybersecurity health with new features to meet evolving demands.
Our journey in 2021
With many organizations adopting hybrid work models over the last year, there was a steady increase in the volume and severity of cyberattacks. According to a recent survey conducted by ManageEngine that included organizations from across the globe, 83% revealed that remote workers increase their security risk.
As a countermeasure, our focus this year was to enhance the capabilities of EventLog Analyzer to benefit decentralized workspaces and help organizations battle against new and emerging cyberattacks targeting organizations across the globe.
Here are some of the key features added to EventLog Analyzer this year:
Remote work visibility: A security dashboard with intuitive graphs that highlight user activities like user logins, logon duration, and much more.
VPN security: Organizations can maintain the integrity of their VPN connections through VPN-related correlation rules, analytics, and predefined alerts for VPN-related security threats.
Threat modeling framework support: Organizations can detect sophisticated security threats through MITRE ATT&CK framework implementation.
Incident management: An enhanced, more powerful console for quick incident investigation and triaging.
Other notable features: Support for Dell and Forcepoint devices, reports on Sysmon events, historical log collection for AS/400, and much more.
Want to try out these features? Download a free, 30-day trial. If you’re already an EventLog Analyzer user, you can upgrade to the latest build or renew your license to leverage the solution’s new features and enhancements
We truly hope that these enhanced features help bring your organization one step closer to holistic cybersecurity.