Log Monitoring As A Service!
Lark Security’s log monitoring services empower organizations to identify threats and build resilient incident response plans.
Log monitoring refers to the process in which an organization evaluates and reviews log data as it is collected. Log monitoring uses log analyzer tools and software to identify and alert on specific/ configured events within system logs and application logs; thereby empowering the business to use the data they collect from their log management program for log analysis and log analytics. Log monitoring and log analysis ultimately enables organizations to make improvements to business processes, assets, security and compliance.
Log monitoring is an important part of any log management program as it involves actually evaluating the data that is collected from your assets. Application Performance Monitoring and Network Performance Monitoring includes not only monitoring and aggregating logs but also effectively evaluating the data to bring value to the business. Log monitoring will evaluate aspects including response time, bandwidth and memory usage to provide alerts on glitches and abnormalities that your IT team can evaluate and remediate on.
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Log monitoring can be categorized across the following groups depending on organizational scope:
Ensures network devices such as firewalls and routers are working properly and includes network traffic monitoring and network performance monitoring.
Ensures timely detection and troubleshooting from applications logs.
Monitors and tracks traffic, errors and other logs from \ servers.
Monitors and reports on errors and other logs from databases.
Includes AWS log monitoring and collects log data from cloud resources.
Why is Log Monitoring important?
There are many benefits to having a reliable
log monitoring solution:
Improved visibility across your entire IT environment.
Aggregated storage for all system and application logs
Ongoing system monitoring with alerts for security incidents
Advanced security across your organization
Compliance to industry standards and regulations
Lark Security Log Monitoring
Lark Security helps organizations build, implement and manage their ongoing log monitoring programs.
Our log monitoring processes are tailored to meet the requirements and objectives of our clients.
Lark Security Log Monitoring Experts will help you:
Develop your log monitoring program objectives and processes
Document your log monitoring process and log monitoring policies
Configure the best log monitoring tools to meet your objectives
Provide guidance on best practice for transmitting, analyzing, storing, archiving and disposal of log information
Analyze log data to improve your troubleshooting and overall IT security program
Report on the log monitoring program to meet the requirements of your IT security audits.
What is logging?
Logging refers to system logs (syslogs), generated by events occurring in applications or on devices. The events logged are used to monitor activity on systems and can be useful in detecting abnormal or unauthorized activity. Logs are generally collected by a central system for analysis.
What is log monitoring?
Log monitoring is the process of using log monitoring tools to review and evaluate log data as it is collected.
What is a log?
Logs are files that show recorded events from systems and applications - including event details and dates.
What is a log file?
A log file refers to an automated file that details information on activities from IT assets.
What is centralized logging?
Centralized logging allows organizations to collect, store, analyze and alert real-time logs from a central repository.
About Lark Security
Lark Security is the leading provider of Cybersecurity Audit Readiness Solutions. The company is dedicated to helping organizations build, improve and manage resilient cybersecurity programs that guard sensitive data, comply with industry regulations and provide competitive advantage. Lark Security is recognized as a trusted and experienced advisor for audit readiness solutions to comply with HITRUST, PCI DSS, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, HIPAA, CMMC, ISO 27001, NIST and FedRAMP.
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