Granular control of log data

GFI EventsManager offers rule-based, deep and granular control of log data, with out-of-the-box support for operating systems, applications and network devices, and classification of security information.

It also helps you categorize log data coming from a wide range of systems and devices through the centralized logging and analysis of various log types, including Windows events, Syslog, W3C and SNMP traps that are generated by network resources.

Administrators can use default categorization rules or even create custom rules at a deep and granular level, enabling them to quickly identify and categorize information that is considered important for specific environments. Depending on the category, administrators can also configure active alerting profiles that notify or take actions (e.g., run a script or an executable).

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