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Log-Based Intrusion-Detection and Analysis in Windows Servers

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Introduction - How to perform Network-Wide Security Event Log Management:

Microsoft Windows machines have basic audit facilities but they fall short of fulfilling real-life business needs(i.e., monitoring Windows computers in real-time, periodically analyzing security activity, and maintaining along-term audit trail). Therefore, the need exists for a log-based intrusion detection and analysis tool such asGFI EventsManager.

This paper explains how GFI EventsManager’s innovative architecture can fill the gapsin Windows’ security log functionality – without hurting performance and while remaining cost-effective. Itdiscusses the use of GFI EventsManager to implement best practice and fulfill due diligence requirementsimposed by auditors and regulatory agencies; and provides strategies for making maximum use of GFIEventsManager’s capabilities.

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