|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 08:40 AM EDT||
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Security researchers estimate over 90 percent of network threats go undetected, leaving companies vulnerable to attacks. Of course, as companies grow, they encounter more sources where threats could originate, including employees' personal devices, wi-fi networks and external servers. Often IT teams are tasked with managing these threats, maintaining the logs they create and re-securing the network, all with limited resources, and while still having to complete their other business-critical projects.
Clone Systems helps companies better manage their security so IT teams can focus on their backlog of new initiatives instead of constant security maintenance. To do this, Clone offers real-time log management (CG-LOGM) and Security Information and Event Management (CG-SIEM) solutions.
Clone Systems' big data tool (CG-LOGM) collects logs from a variety of sources and stores them efficiently and safely through a private and secure cloud. CG-LOGM allows you to customize logs, use dashboards to get an all-encompassing view of your logs and utilize Clone's 24/7 security team.
CG-SIEM analyzes security alerts in real-time from any source. It aggregates data from multiple sources and correlates it to provide detailed analyses of threats. Once CG-SIEM catches a threat, Clone's security team can re-secure your network to ensure the attack doesn't happen and notify you of these changes.
As part of Clone's comprehensive security suite, your company will also have access to the CG-OneView security portal, which allows you to view all data about your network in one place, analyze what parts of your network are most at risk and create reports that are important to your company.
As companies grow, they collect more logs from more sources and become more susceptible to attacks. By implementing CG-LOGM and CG-SIEM, they can empower the IT team to work more on new projects while Clone takes care of log storage and event management.
To find out more about what Clone Systems can do for your company, visit:
About Clone Systems
Clone Systems secures more than 1,500 customers by preventing over 50,000 attacks every day. Their Security Operation Centers (SOCs) are responsible for continuously monitoring approximately 5 million end users and conducting at least 40 million vulnerability scans on a daily basis. Clone's proprietary Clone Guard® Security Solutions Suite ensures businesses are protected against an evolving threat landscape by detecting malicious activity, preventing security threats and improving ongoing compliance.
SOURCE Clone Systems Inc
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