TOKYO -- Tokyo Electron Ltd. (TEL), a leading Japanese provider of security, networking and storage solutions, and SenSage, Inc., the leading provider of enterprise security analytics, today announced availability of SenSage 3.5J designed to accelerate Japanese organizations' efforts to satisfy J-SOX, the unofficial term for Japan's equivalent of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Sections 302 and 404, and privacy regulatory compliance requirements. SenSage enables centralized aggregation, cost-effective retention and high-speed reporting of large, diverse event log data. SenSage 3.5J integrates the collection, storage and correlation of Kanji-based system activity messages.
Event log management best practices present organizations with costly data management problems because significant volumes of data must be consistently captured, maintained, accessible and assessed. These enterprise log management processes consume terabytes of storage and processing capacity.
SenSage eliminates the difficulty and significantly lowers the storage and operational costs associated with retaining and analyzing event log data.
The SenSage solution has been localized to facilitate system monitoring, identifying insider threats and maintaining compliance with Japanese and global compliance requirements; such as J-SOX and the Japan Personal Information Protection Act.
SenSage 3.5J integrates with leading network, security, host and business applications -- and now fully supports Kanji-based event logs.
Organizations can readily collect, store, access and analyze complete Kanji data to assess their security posture, investigate internal security violations, reduce data privacy leakage risks, and maintain auditable records. SenSage 3.5J Kanji-centric functionality includes:
"We are pleased to launch SenSage 3.5J as a robust achievement of our strong partnership," said Vic Amano, vice president and general manager of TEL's Computer Network Division. "Japanese customers eagerly welcome the long-awaited Kanji-support, which addresses their critical security and compliance requirements."