Alerting, Monitoring & reporting


Monitoring is the process of continuously observing an environment for data leaks, cyber threats, system vulnerabilities, connectivity ability, health checking, or performance processing. It is a proactive cybersecurity practice that can help your IT team filter out cyber incidents to determine which incidents may pose a threat to your data or system.

SECNOLOGY is a software platform widely used for monitoring, searching, analyzing and visualizing machine-generated data not only in real time but also on the history. It captures, indexes and correlates real-time data in searchable containers, to correlate them, and produces graphs, alerts, dashboards and visualizations. More

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Alerting is the ability of the monitoring system to detect and notify the operator of a major event that indicates a serious change in the situation. This notification is called an alert, and it is a simple message that can take many forms: e-mail, SMS, instant messaging (IM).

SECNOLOGY can, for example, alert administrators when a server shuts down but does not restart within a preset period. It also can send a notification when a log source is silent for a pre-defined period. More

Reporting is a vital part of meeting everyday cybersecurity needs. To prepare for cyberattacks, organizations must create an integrated data architecture, including a unified data lake.

SECNOLOGY’s reporting functionality is also unique in that it allows for instantaneous report generation from any investigation, research, or engine rule violation. This allows users to effectively document and disseminate information about a particular incident to the appropriate personnel. More

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