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LogLogic LMI DashBoard app will connect to a customer’s LogLogic appliances and remotely monitor and filter PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, NERC, ITIL, ISO, FISMA, and other system alert

San Jose, CA – December 16th 2010 – LogLogic, the independent leader in IT Data Management, SIEM and Log Management, announced today that it is the first SIEM vendor to release a security application through the Apple iTunes store.

LogLogic has long championed the need for open APIs and standards within the SIEM market. They released their first open source product, along with the APIs to their commercial portfolio, in 2006. Now in 2010, LogLogic is the first SIEM vendor to recognize that the iPad, when properly utilized, can be a hugely beneficial tool for compliance, security and IT operations.

The LogLogic LMI DashBoard app will connect to a customer’s LogLogic ST, LX or MX appliances and remotely monitor and filter PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, NERC, ITIL, ISO, FISMA, and other system alerts. Additionally, the app functions as a health dashboard for the customers’ IT data logging infrastructure.

The iPad app builds on previous work. Earlier in 2010, LogLogic promoted a log sizing tool for IT professionals called Log Caliper.

Both apps are available on iTunes immediately. More information is available at www.loglogic.com/apps.

“We have been working with customers and consultants for several months in order to deliver exactly the right level of functionality using the iPad,” says Bill Roth, EVP of Marketing, LogLogic. “Behind this success is our belief that IT staff need greater visibility and control in order to deliver secure, compliant, efficient business services.”

About LMI Dashboard

The Dashboard uses publically available APIs documented at open.loglogic.com in order to remotely view a LogLogic appliance’s operations state. If you wish to try this app, but do not have a LogLogic appliance, there is a demo mode that connects to a virtual appliance hosted by one of our many Cloud providers.

About LogLogic

LogLogic' is the leader in log management and security event management solutions. More than 1,200 customers worldwide entrust their most sensitive log data to LogLogic’s award-winning products. For updates from the Company, visit the blog or follow LogLogic on Twitter.

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