CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server v. 5.7.1 rated five-out-of-five stars and “Best Buy” by SC Magazine across all categories, including ease of use, performance, and value for money.
Naples, FL, May 23, 2017 – CorreLog, Inc., the leader in multi-platform IT security event log management, today announced its recent five-star review and “Best Buy” accolade from SC Magazine, one of the leading publications in the InfoSec industry. Each year, SC Magazine rates IT security software products according to six categories: features, ease of use, value for money, support, performance, and documentation. SC Magazine’s SC Labs reviews all products against 50 individual criteria using Common Criteria (ISO 1548) as a basis for their overall test plan. CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server received five stars across all categories.
“We are delighted to have, once again, received a top rating from a leading InfoSec publication like SC Magazine,” said George Faucher, CorreLog president and CEO. “Each year we work hard to make our distributed SIEM product a clear answer for enterprise cybersecurity requirements, and SC Magazine’s ‘no weakness’ conclusion indicates every enterprise needs to test our trial pack.”
The review commended CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server’s ease of use, rich feature offerings, and flexibility for SMB or large enterprise deployments, and is particularly complimentary of SIEM Server’s web-based accessibility, threat view, messaging functionality, and dashboard simplicity. To read the full review from SC Magazine, click here. Interested parties can download the CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server fully functional trial pack here.
CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server
SIEM Correlation Server is CorreLog’s flagship distributed solution providing core functionality and ease of use to implement full enterprise SIEM capability. SIEM Correlation Server is a 100-percent web-based system with a high-speed message collector, indexed search engine, extensible dashboard facility, reporting facility, ticketing facility, and unique correlation engine. The solution employs a standards-based method of collecting all the system log messages in enterprise networks, and correlates messages into understandable real-time threat, alerts, and action information. For more information, download the SIEM Correlation Server datasheet here.
About SC Magazine
SC Media arms cybersecurity professionals with the in-depth, unbiased business and technical information they need to tackle the countless security challenges they face and establish risk management and compliance postures that underpin overall business strategies. For more information, visit scmagazine.com.
CorreLog, Inc., a privately held corporation, is an independent software vendor (ISV) that has produced software and framework components used successfully by hundreds of private and government organizations worldwide. Our core solutions provide visibility across both mainframe and distributed systems on user activity that is indicative of cyber threat. Since 2008, CorreLog, Inc. has been committed to delivering better decision-support solutions for InfoSec and security auditing professionals who need more advanced perimeter security and improved adherence to PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, IRS Pub. 1075, FISMA, NERC and other industry standards for securing data. Our solutions are designed to be highly interoperable and complementary to clients’ existing IT investments.
CorreLog zDefender™ holds certified integrations with IBM, HP, Intel (McAfee) Security, Micro Focus, (EMC) RSA Security Analytics, and field integrations with all other brand-name SIEMs. We consider our technology approach to be unique in both personnel and product and we believe our solutions pass the test of low total cost of ownership with high SIEM functionality. For more information on CorreLog products, please visit http://www.CorreLog.com/.
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