Reporting on firewall, access control and application logs is difficult and costly. Each of these systems generate logs in different formats and locations. Each auditor request involves a different, manual procedure.
Centralize correlation and analysis with real-time log and event data ingestion.
Get granular visibility and real-time insights on information assurance and adherence to controls.
Operators and executives alike can access custom metrics views and self-reporting to ease the burden of audits.
Quickly gain real-time posture and insights across all IT resources and security controls to clear compliance and pass audits with minimal effort, regardless of mandate or regulatory framework.
Meet explicit requirements to monitor, review and retain logs, configurations and other machine data. Generate ad hoc reports to answer auditor questions in seconds and automate reports with scheduled searches.
Index audit trails across firewalls, applications, access control, IDS and other components, then simply save, schedule and set alerting rules for a search. As new mandates create new monitoring requirements, easily add new data sources and searches.
Bring powerful indexing, search, alerting and reporting to the challenges of change management. With Splunk, you can search, alert and report on machine data from virtually any source.
Combat threats with advanced analytics at scale, and investigate and respond to security incidents in seconds with automation.
Empower security teams to work smarter, boost productivity and respond faster by automating and orchestrating security operations processes.
Insider threats can be hard to detect. Observe anomalous behavior to identify threats fast and minimize risk.
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Data privacy is a subset of data protection concerned with the protection and access of personal data. It's important that individuals have the ability to determine for themselves how and why their personal data is accessible by others. In some jurisdictions, there are laws governing data privacy.
Data security is related to keeping any type of data safe from attack or corruption. Data privacy is related to the safeguarding of personally identifiable information and, specifically, the proper usage of that information.
Some of the laws and regulatory compliance frameworks meant to protect data privacy include GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), national data protection laws in countries like Canada and Japan, and the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act). Additionally, there are many industry-specific regulations, such as HIPPA in the United States, which focuses on personal healthcare data.