Few things are more important to organizations than
monitoring what’s happening to its sensitive information. You should expect a
SIEM solution to make it easy for customers to do that and stay up-to-date with
While most of our readers are familiar with the major SIEM
players who work with LOGbinder, many periodically review their SIEM, and still
others are looking to deploy one that suits their need.
This week we heard from 2 SIEM product development teams
who recently put a lot of work into improving their product to address
customers’ application audit needs.
Security’s McAfee ESM just updated their integration for all 3
LOGbinder solutions. McAfee ESM customers now have seamless access to the
security events LOGbinder collects from Exchange, SharePoint and SQL
Server. Get more information on the McAfee
Enterprise Security Manager web page or download their SIEM
Data Source Configuration for LOGbinder (18 March 2016
a SIEM solution based in Turkey, has developed an integration with
LOGbinder for SQL Server. They report tremendous customer interest in SQL
Server audit logging and recognized LOGbinder’s solution as the best fit.
We’re happy to welcome Logsign to our list of SIEM Synergy partners! Read
more about Logsign at www.logsign.com.
Please recognize McAfee ESM and Logsign for giving
priority to application security audit with LOGbinder integration! We
really appreciate the effort, but more important, their customers’ threat
intelligence just got better.
There are of course other SIEM providers who put effort into
offering their customers LOGbinder integration. Randy Franklin Smith from Ultimate
Windows Security has compiled a list of the log management solutions that
make it simple and painless to consume Exchange, SharePoint and/or SQL Server
audit logs. You can browse his list here: https://www.ultimatewindowssecurity.com/recommended-SIEMs/Default.aspx.
Note: the SIEMs who proactively built their own LOGbinder integrations are
at the top of the list.