It goes without saying that across your business infrastructure, there should be a commitment to protect not only the hardware and software assets, but the plethora of data that is transmitted through and stored in it. However, to successfully safeguard such data, it is imperative to have an effective audit policy in place that includes the collection of security events as its essential component.
We are happy to announce the next minor release of the v4 branch: version 4.10
The release fixes bugs and brings a refresh of the
om_raijin output module.
om_raijin can be used to send data to the Raijin Database
If you have feedback, would like to see additional improvements, reach out to us.
Download a fully funcional trial version of NXLog Enterprise Edition 4.10 here.
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