Splunk collects, indexes and harnesses all the fast moving machine data generated by your applications, servers and devices - physical, virtual and in the cloud.
Use Splunk to search, alert and report in real time on any user, network, system or application activity, configuration changes, and other IT data from one place. Eliminate the need for multiple consoles and follow the trail of an attacker from one place. Perform more in-depth analysis and respond to incidents faster and more thoroughly, lowering your risk and exposure.
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* Accelerate incident response
* Lower exposure and risk
* Identify unanticipated threats before exposure occurs
* Continuously observe the changing threat landscape
* Eliminate false positives
* Make your people smarter and more effective
Use Splunk for:
Splunk will be the first place you turn when you get an alert or a report of any suspicious activity.
Its easy to monitor security events across the IT stack. Search for traffic violations in your router and firewall logs, find access violations on servers and applications, or look for unauthorized or unsafe configuration changes
Splunk gives you the power to make sophisticated fraud detection a reality.
Equip your organization with the flexible analysis capability you need to detect insider threat of all kinds.
Splunk gives you a single place to generate reports across all of your IT infrastructure and technologies.
With an Enterprise Splunk license you can index from 500 MB/day and get access to the following additional features;
* Receive data routed from other Splunk servers
* Distributed search and clustering
* Access controls and multiple user accounts
* Deployment server
* Download Splunk here
Splunk's pricing model is simple - licensed perpetually, pricing is based on the peak daily volume of raw uncompressed data indexed. If you need to increase your license to index more data later on, you can upgrade at anytime.
CSO hosts a lunch event on measuring the effectiveness of security for CSOs and ITS Managers featuring Ron Gula, CEO and CTO of Tenable Network Security, as well as industry moderated roundtables (Officeworks, Ernst & Young, David Kennedy, NBN and United Energy & MultiNet Gas).
CSO hosts a breakfast event on cloud security for CSOs and ITS Managers featuring Raimund Genes, CTO, Trend Micro, Raimund Choo, Fulbright Scholar and Inventor, as well as industry moderated roundtables (Commissioner for Privacy and Data, Rob Livingstone Advisory, Serco, GWA Group, and RMSec).
Effective collaboration and mobility to help employees tap into entirely new ways of working.
CSO interviews CSO moderators on key takeaways from the CSO CXO Series event sponsored by Trend Micro in Melbourne 31st July 2015. Interview conducted by David Braue, CSO Moderator
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