correlog.com" title="CorreLog">CorreLog, the leader in software solutions for IT security event correlation, today announced that CA ACF2 and Top Secret security events have been added to its industry leading Agent for z/OS...A mainframe is a huge investment for any organization,” said George Faucher, CorreLog president and CEO. “And I’m not just talking about the pure cost of the hardware,” Faucher added. “When you consider the value of the data and applications running on a mainframe and the consequences of non-compliance, it’s natural for us to continue to expand the scope of events our z/OS agent can manage...The ACF2 and Top Secret inclusion to the CorreLog Agent for z/OS comes on the heels of CorreLog joining the CA Technology Partner Program (TPP) earlier this year. CA’s TPP is a collaborative effort with ISVs and IHVs across the world to develop and market integrated solutions that complement CA Technologies offerings. More information on the CA TPP can be found at http://www.ca.com.
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CorreLog, Inc...Linux and mainframe platforms, shipping with an out-of-box PCI DSS compliant CorreLog agent for IBM z/OS, the world’s most popular mainframe operating system.
CorreLog delivers an essential viewpoint via dashboard console, providing verifiable and actionable information on the activity of users, devices, and applications to proactively meet organizational SLAs and regulatory requirements. Additionally, CorreLog automatically identifies and responds to any suspicious behavior, network attacks, or policy violations by indexing and correlating user activity and event logs, then archives the data in an enterprise server system location. This allows customer organizations to quickly identify then proactively respond to compliance violations, policy breaches, cyber-attacks and insider threats...CorreLog markets its solutions through both direct and indirect partner channels.
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