With hundreds and thousands of automated systems producing log data, an organization's ability to respond to "abnormal" activities in a timely manner is dependent on the quality of its log management program and related processes.
Attend this webinar to hear industry experts discuss real-life scenarios and offer valuable insights:
Unlock the secrets of your institution's IBM System i (AS/400) log management capabilities
Learn how proper log management can help you comply with GLBA, SOX and PCI
Overcome deployment and maintenance challenges of a log management system
Every financial institution understands the necessity of data log management:
Log management is essential to maintain the critical trust of customers who expect their financial and informational assets to be safe in your hands;
Log management helps meet regulatory requirements enforced by such rules and standards as GLBA, Sarbanes-Oxley and PCI-DSS.
If your IBM I is collecting the data, that is a great first step, but now you have to try to make sense out of all of that data. Given the sheer volume of data, it is not reasonable to expect some person (or team of people more likely) is going to pore over the data every day looking for anomalies, red flag them for review, and escalate the issue quickly to mobilize a response.
To tackle this challenge, PowerTech and LogRhythm have teamed up to deploy PowerTech's best of class IBM midrange security solution with LogRhythm's Log and Event Management platform. This solution at once enables institutions to manage their data logs efficiently and effectively, while ensuring customer trust and regulatory compliance.
In this webinar, experts from PowerTech and LogRhythm will walk through a real-life customer scenario, including:
John Earl is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, as well as a co-founder, of The PowerTech Group, a Seattle area software company that specializes in System i (AS/400) security. He has over 25 years experience with IBM midrange systems and security, has published numerous articles and columns for industry magazines, and serves as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Security for the IBM System i user group COMMON. A highly regarded speaker on OS/400 security, Earl has presented hundreds of System i security sessions at industry conferences and user groups all over the world. He is a three time winner of COMMON's Speaker Excellence award, and has also served on the board of directors of COMMON U.S.
Chris Petersen brings a unique and diverse background in information security, audit, product development, and product management to his role as Chief Technology/Founder of LogRhythm. As a Senior Consultant with Price Waterhouse (now PriceWaterhouseCoopers), he provided information assurance services to Fortune 500 clients and developed the Price Waterhouse Enterprise Security Architecture System. At Ernst & Young, Chris led an engineering group in developing one of the first managed security services and eSecurityOnline.com, a leading information assurance portal. Chris was also among the first twenty employees at Counterpane Internet Security, where he made significant contributions to the technical and business aspects of Counterpane's pioneering managed security monitoring service. Prior to founding LogRhythm, Chris was responsible for product marketing at Enterasys Networks, helping to drive the Dragon Intrusion Detection System to a market leading position. Chris has spoken at numerous conferences, been quoted in numerous publications and was a faculty member with the Institute for Applied Network Security.