IT managers want all security audits, instead of basic data, to be centrally collected and monitored real-time. They also want historical searches to be conducted. Logsign SIEM collects and stores data by integrating with all data sources, and it analyzes all data in one central platform. Our SIEM platform has an unlimited storage capacity. With Logsign Data Policy Manager, it is possible to define policies for each log source and to manage performance and costs.
Many institutions need to rescale SIEM solutions according to their growth rate for data to be collected and questioned. This results in a loss of performance, money, and time. With its advanced scalable infrastructure, Logsign SIEM serves customers of every size. In parallel with the growth in data, it is easy to add nodes on Logsign cluster, and it automatically shares workload with the other nodes of the cluster. All nodes work simultaneously for the real-time data flow collection and ensure real-time inquiries.
Daily data are continuously collected from various security devices. These data are separated and classified according to certain categories. With real-time enrichment, data are prioritized and allows you to rapidly conduct inquiries. NoSQL database enable to manage big data more productively.
With its comprehensive and real-time correlation feature enabling rapid output, Logsign significantly reduces the time spent during the decision-making process. Thanks to the visualization of results on hundreds of pre-defined dashboards and reports, Logsign enables you to obtain more detailed information about your institution and observe the tendency in time.
Logsign archives log data collected from various sources on archive folders and saves them compressed 1:10. Copies of archive folders may be moved to any new desired target. To assist you in meeting legal requirements, Logsign creates a hash value for each record, signs them with a digital signature and creates a time stamp. The signature process is about signing each line first, then signing each of the end-of-day compressed files.