Cyberoam iView offers centralized logging and reporting of network and user activity over multiple devices across distributed locations, providing real-time and historical information of security events to MSSPs and large enterprises. Available as an open source solution and as a dedicated appliance, it offers intelligent logging and reporting with Layer 8 Identity-based visibility.
|Cyberoam iView Solutions – Logging & Reporting|
Cyberoam hardware appliances:
Log Management – Cyberoam iView logs and archives terabytes of data from multiple devices at distributed locations with smart indexing and easy search facilities, enabling quick retrieval, audits and forensics.
Aggregated Reporting – iView enables Aggregated Reporting across multiple devices, offering comprehensive drill-down reports giving administrators a clear picture of what is happening at any point in their network across any user, device, location or activity over multiple parameters such as websites accessed, bandwidth consumed and virus attacks.
Identity-based Reporting – Identity-based reports from iView help organizations tackle insider threats by tracing user activity across HTTP, FTP, email, IM, P2P and more protocols and providing user-centric reports on malware download or upload, spam received and sent.
Security Management – Organizations can instantly locate network attacks, their source and destination and traffic anomalies such as a spike in ICMP traffic or bandwidth consumption that indicate a DoS attack or spyware infection through a quick glance at the security situation in their iView dashboard.
Compliance Reporting – Cyberoam iView offers near-real time reporting of logs and security events on a single dashboard, enabling organizations to meet the requirements of PCI-DSS, HIPAA, GLBA and SOX.
Forensic Analysis – Cyberoam iView enables organizations to reconstruct the sequence of events that occurred at the time of any security breach through iView logs and reports.
Compatible with wide range of devices/solutions – Cyberoam iView offers logs /reports of multiple network devices/solutions across geographical locations like Linux IPtables/Netfilter Firewall, Cyberoam, Fortigate, Sonicwall; HTTP Proxies like Squid; and all products offering Syslog support, delivering a single view of network activity to users. A single point logging-reporting of all network devices makes analysis and comprehension far simpler than in case of separate solutions.