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Make your logs yours

Easily making your workstation | system | custom logs
available to search | investigate | audit

StormEye Log Archival system


Reduce incident response time

Storing logs aids in faster incident response by providing vital data to identify and mitigate security threats promptly.

One-click install

We make our system easy to install and just provide what you need to save your time and costs.

Bringing AI into your defence

Select related logs/ categories, ask AI to convert into a meaningful word format.

Why you should store your logs?

Improve network perforormance 

Keeping completed log records can help identify and resolve network issues.

Forensic analysis

Logs can be used as evidence in legal proceedings can forensic investigations. 

Faster incident
response time

Storing logs allows organisations to quickly identify and contain security incidents. 

Supporting regulatory compliance 

Logs can be used to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements, reducing the time and effort for compliance audits.

Threat intellence 

By analysing logs, organisations can identify indicators of compromise (IOCs) and other threat intelligence. 

Risk management 

By storing logs, organisations can identify potential risks and take steps to mitigate them. 

What are system logs?

A system log is a record of everything that happens on a computer. It keeps track of things like when someone logs in or out, when a program starts or stops running, or when there is an error or problem with the computer.

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The hidden power of logs

Understanding Computer Log Data

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A log is a record of events that occur within a computer system, software application, or network. These records are generated automatically and can include information about errors, user activity, and other relevant data points.

Logs are used for troubleshooting, performance analysis, security monitoring, and compliance purposes.

Log Archival System

A log archival system is a system that is designed to collect and store log data generated by computer systems, applications, or networks over a long period of time.

The system provides a secure and scalable way to store log data, which can be used for troubleshooting, performance analysis, and compliance purposes. Archival systems also enable organizations to search and analyze historical data to identify trends and patterns in system behaviour and usage.

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Our supported log types

What log type can StormEye collect and process?

Opearting System Log

An operating system is software that manages hardware resources and provides common services for computer programs.

Infrastructure Log

An infrastructure log refers to the record of events or transactions that occur within the underlying hardware and software of a technology system.

Web Log

A web log, or weblog, is a record of events or transactions that occur within a web server or web application.

Custom Log

A custom log is a log file that contains specific data points that are not included in standard logs. It is tailored to the needs of the organization.

Database Log

A database log is a record of events or transactions that occur within a database management system (DBMS) or database application.

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" Outstanding Corporate Cybersecurity Management System"

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