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EventTracker Adds Unlimited Acquisition Model for Log Manager

The scalable log management solution is now available in several pricing models.

COLUMBIA, MD – May 16, 2016 -EventTracker, a leading provider of comprehensive and co-managed SIEM solutions, today announced a new unlimited acquisition model for its EventTracker Log Manager offering. Available immediately, customers can now purchase EventTracker Log Manager for an unlimited number of log sources per year.

EventTracker Log Manager is a proven, scalable log management solution that provides network and system administrators with early threat detection, operational awareness and the ability to demonstrate compliance with industry regulations and internal security policies. EventTracker Log Manager allows administrators to monitor systems and components and delivers real-time alerting and in-memory correlation.

Available for installation on premises or in the cloud, the unlimited version of EventTracker Log Manager can process 10,000 events per second and support log collection from thousands of log sources. It contains out-of-the-box reports and alerts for security monitoring and compliance requirements, such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA and ISO27001. Log Manager also has a powerful feature for event filtering that reduces false positives, allowing customers to collect the logs and retain them for forensic purposes.

“Though SIEM and log management solutions are becoming mainstream security products, most of the available options require companies to choose the number of systems they want to monitor at contract engagement. The inherent inflexibility of having to know all of the systems that require monitoring, now and in the future, is a difficult call for many customers that ultimately forces them to implement a SIEM solution on a limited number of systems,” said Jagat Shah, CTO, EventTracker. “EventTracker’s new, unlimited offering of Log Manager removes that barrier, allowing customers to collect logs from a large number of systems and have high data throughput.”

For more information and pricing, visit http://www.eventtracker.com/etlm/

 About EventTracker

EventTracker enables its customers to stop attacks and pass IT audits. EventTracker's award-winning product suite includes EventTracker Security Center and EventTracker Log Manager which transform high-volume, cryptic log data into actionable and prioritized intelligence to optimize IT operations, detect and deter costly security breaches, and comply with multiple regulatory mandates. EventTracker clients include government agencies, commercial enterprises, and the healthcare and financial sectors. 

In addition to best-in-class product features, EventTracker offers SIEM Simplified, a professional services engagement to guarantee successful outcomes. EventTracker's experienced staff assumes as much or as little responsibility for all SIEM-related tasks as clients require including planning, scoping, and installing the implementation, as well as performing run, watch and tune functions of the implementation on each client's behalf. EventTracker's team includes experts in various technologies including Windows, Cisco, VMware, Checkpoint and many security solutions such as Snort, McAfee, Imperva, etc.

As the only SIEM vendor to own both product and service delivery functions, EventTracker’s solutions are tailored to customer need, resulting in superior quality at competitive pricing to the SME market. Visit www.eventtracker.com for more information. Follow us on Twitter @logtalk.

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