SECNOLOGY integrates Nxlog for special cases

SECNOLOGY: NXLog: The ultimate solution for log collection and centralization

SECNOLOGY integrates Nxlog for special cases

Nxlog was created to develop IT security tools with the main objective of collecting event logs.

Nxlog operates as a add-on in SECNOLOGY setup to help users to collect their traces in some specific situations within specific applications.

With this model, SECNOLOGY and Nxlog believe that this collaboration is best suited to enable their clients around the world to achieve the best possible results.

Both companies are passionate about everything related to IT registration and security. Although it has a great deal of experience with Unix systems, it is very important for their corporate customers to remain platform neutral. Nxlog and SECNOLOGY’s experts have worked for many years in the IT security industry and have served dozens of customers in multiple critical sectors.

NXLog’s mission is to provide solutions to enable the collection of data on events while SECNOLOGY’s main mission is to process the data and to take actions on the events underneath.

Nxlog offers log collection technology that runs on all major operating systems, is compatible with most requirements, and can handle data sources that other tools cannot handle, giving better visibility into your systems and operations.

SECNOLOGY’s mission is to provide end-users, managers and experts with the simplest and most powerful solution to globally and automatically manage all data related events in their information system. They must be able to do it the way they want, at any time, without compromising the integrity of the raw data.

NXLog and SECNOLOGY are endorsed by thousands of users and organizations worldwide, and are used and recommended by MSSPs and IT security professionals.

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SECNOLOGY: NXLog: The ultimate solution for log collection and centralization