SIEM Platform Earns Recommended Status for Second Consecutive Year; Recognized for In-Depth Event Correlation Provided by New Advanced Intelligence Engine
BOULDER, Colo., May 3, 2011 – LogRhythm, the company that makes log data useful, today announced that SC Magazine, the information security industry’s leading news and product evaluation publication, for the second consecutive year has given the LogRhythm SIEM 2.0 platform its Recommended Award in its SIEM Group Test. LogRhythm also received a five star rating from SC Magazine’s reviewers, marking the fourth consecutive year it has earned a perfect score. The full product review appears in the May issue of SC Magazine.
SC Magazine editors said: “The LogRhythm appliance features high-powered functionality to the enterprise in the way of log correlation and full, real-time event analysis with massive bells and whistles. Right out of the box, this appliance not only collects, analyzes and correlates log data, but also encompasses advance functions, such as file integrity monitoring, network and user monitoring, and full-scale compliance reporting.”
They added: “With all this power, one would think it would be complicated to deploy and manage, but this appliance can be up and running with very little effort. The true power comes by way of a solid dashboard that provides an easy and intuitive way to view data and drill down to see deep into events and get a clear picture of which events took place and how they happened… For its value and feature set, we make this offering our Recommended product.”
SC Magazine Group Tests rigorously evaluate and rate products in six categories: Features, Ease of Use, Performance, Documentation, Support, and Value for Money. LogRhythm achieved a perfect five star score in each category, with the reviewers stating they did not find any weaknesses to report.
“Winning the Recommended Award from SC Magazine for the second consecutive year confirms that LogRhythm continues to set the pace for innovation in the SIEM market,” said Chris Petersen, CTO and Founder of LogRhythm. “With the introduction of our new Advanced Intelligence (AI) Engine, we have moved beyond routine correlation and introduced advanced pattern recognition across all enterprise log data. This real-time visibility allows our customers to identify activity that would otherwise go unnoticed, enabling immediate capability improvements in the areas of advanced threat detection, compliance monitoring, operations availability and integrity monitoring. AI Engine continues our mission of providing unprecedented visibility and awareness across enterprise IT infrastructures, data, and users.”