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Are you bound to regulations? Then you’re no stranger to log management, and the importance of analyzing the reams of data your devices produce. Log management is covering several important aspects of network security. The four major chapters of this e-book focus on the use of log management as it pertains to compliance, analysis, forensics, and an SIEM alternative. Read on to learn more about the latest log management best practices for enterprises. Access >>>
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