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What is the most challenging Sarbanes-Oxley issue facing Enterprises today? Print E-mail
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Source: Nerys Grivolas - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Network Security Companies are now finding that log management is a cornerstone best practice in their compliance efforts. Sarbanes-Oxley 404 Internal IT Control requirements infer rigorous end-to-end Log Management and Archival. Net Report helps companies face this issue.

What is the most challenging Sarbanes-Oxley issue facing Enterprises today?
Nerys GRIVOLAS, Regulatory Consultant at Net Report SAS

How to ensure end-to-end log lifecycle management to ensure secure audit trails…

Montpellier, France, October 5, 2005, Net Report SAS. Companies are now finding that log management is a cornerstone best practice in their compliance efforts. Sarbanes-Oxley 404 Internal IT Control requirements infer rigorous end-to-end Log Management and Archival. Driven by compliance, security and risk mitigation, enterprises of all kinds are standardizing and automating their log management processes – from storage and reporting to proactive alerting on security and other issues. The automation, search and analysis of all this data can be characterized as ‘log intelligence’ for executives, and provides compliance conformance and risk mitigation for an enterprise.

A combination of compliance and risk mitigation needs are driving these industries away from disparate, homegrown log management, or niche security event management. The new challenge is about capturing all logs, from any device, and then systematically storing, analysing, reporting and alerting about them in seconds.

The market's move towards industry standard log data management, storage and reporting, and the global adoption of these technologies to address compliance and risk mitigation is an enormous opportunity for Net Report and a keystone to meeting the challenge facing companies seeking Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

Net Report’s Solution to meeting the challenge for Compliance, Risk Mitigation & Business Continuity A veritable Business Solution, Net Report's solutions meet every angle of your log exploitation issues. Net Report comprehensively covers the entirety of a business's needs in the following realms:

  • Reporting.
  • Providing a Dynamic Security and Activity Dashboard.
  • Archiving your Information Security data.
  • Centralizing Logs.
  • Correlating events and sending real-time alerts.
  • International Regulatory Conformity.

Net Report Monitoring Center Version 4.0 Net Report has recently announced the coming release of Net Report Monitoring Center Version 4.0 scheduled for early October 2005. Click the link below for more information: This new version delivers high-performance data log capture, long-term storage, dashboard reporting and alerts. A unique real-time log data collection and analysis solution. Net Report captures all log data from almost any security device or application, archives it (for over seven years and more), ensuring that companies have all the information needed for an audit or investigation. Net Report’s Solution provides a simple, automated solution for secure, long-term log data retention - automating compliance requirements. Net Report is easy-to-install, standards-based, and fully scalable, enabling companies to deploy immediate log analysis capabilities across a globally distributed network.

Net Report’s Regulatory Consulting Net Report helps companies meet the requirements in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act sections 302, 401, 404, 409, 802, 1102. Net Report is mapped from an IT Internal Control Compliance optic with the following standards frameworks PCAOB (Auditing Standards II), SEC 1934, the Turnbull Report published by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, COSO, COBIT, ISO 17799. Net Report offers Regulatory Consultancy to help companies become aware of the regulatory environment surrounding Sarbanes-Oxley along with the issues for those European Companies seeking compliance with other regulations such as Basel II and the Loi de Sécurité Financière (LSF). Click the link below for more information:

About Net Report

Net Report, a log intelligence leader, provides enterprise-class log lifecycle management platform for high-performance log data archival, aggregation, analysis, reporting and alerting. With this highly-scalable and easy-to-install platform, Net Report addresses the compliance, risk mitigation, security, and business continuity needs of the most demanding enterprises. For more information, please visit

Mrs Nerys Grivolas
Regulatory Consultant, Net Report SAS
Tel: +33 (0)46 784 4800
Fax: +33 (0)46 784 4811

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