LogRhythm AI Engine demo shows organisations how to spot custom attacks missed by traditional security solutions
Maidenhead, 23 March 2011 – LogRhythm, the company that makes log data useful, will demonstrate its newly launched Advanced Intelligence (AI) Engine at this year’s Infosecurity Europe, on 19-21 April 2011 at Earls Court, London. The demos, taking place on stand G51, will show how, with AI Engine’s advanced pattern recognition capabilities, organisations can automatically spot and correlate abnormalities appearing in all of their log data, helping them detect sophisticated intrusions, fraud, insider threats, zero-day attacks, advanced persistent threats and other suspicious activity that would otherwise go unnoticed.
“Many organisations simply don’t have a clue what’s happening inside their IT infrastructures, and even if they are analysing their log data to spot suspicious events, they still need the technical know-how to write a script that predicts how an attack will hit and spread. In the age of sophisticated, one-off attacks, this kind of guess work is hardly a watertight defence,” said Ross Brewer, vice president and managing director for international markets, LogRhythm. “Visitors to our Infosecurity stand can not only gain insight into the security events missed by their traditional security solutions, they can also learn how advanced pattern recognition automatically protects against the growing threat of custom attacks.”
Also at Infosecurity Europe, Mark Wityszyn, IT security manager at Ventura, one of the UK’s largest customer management outsourcers, will present a session detailing how LogRhythm’s integrated log management and SIEM solution is helping the company comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), improve security practices and boost operational efficiency. The session, entitled ‘Ventura: a case study in PCI, beyond the checkboxes’, is taking place at 10.40am on Thursday 21 April in the Business Strategy Theatre.
LogRhythm’s chief technology officer and co-founder, Chris Petersen, will also demonstrate AI Engine’s capabilities in his ‘SIEM – Protective Monitoring with Advanced Correlation’ Technical Showcase, at 3.45pm on Wednesday 20 April. Petersen will present a further Technical Showcase, entitled ‘SIEM – Monitoring Privileged Users’, on Thursday 21 April at 11.15am. This will include a live demonstration providing unparalleled visibility into the actions and abuses of privileged users.
Executives from LogRhythm, including Petersen and co-founder and chief scientist, Phillip Villella, will be available on stand G51 for the duration of the show. Visitors to the LogRhythm stand will also have a chance to win an LG 3D television.