said Bryant Young, chief information officer for the DODD.
Naples, FL (Vocus) November 10, 2010
CorreLog, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class log management and proactive security correlation software, today announced the successful deployment of CorreLog across the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities’ (DODD) Information Technology Systems. CorreLog’s unique combination of SIEM, IT search and security event correlation capabilities enables the DODD to enhance confidentiality and accountability across its IT systems, quickly learn about and handle security incidents, and provide a high level of assurance to its constituency that their information is being protected.
“”With the guidelines set forth by the Governor’s Office as it relates to Information Security, we needed a fast, automated, cost-effective method for capturing log data and providing sufficient analysis capabilities,” said Bryant Young, chief information officer for the DODD. “Log data from our networked devices is a primary source of unimpeachable information.”
The DODD found CorreLog’s centralized log management and event correlation solution to most effectively mitigate security risks. The solution enables the Department to effectively monitor systems through their various logging and event/configuration reporting mechanisms, resulting in quicker response to suspicious activity that poses a security threat.
The capabilities of the software allows for higher system and data integrity and reliability, less down time and higher productivity, better resource utilization in staff and system usage, better outcomes for adverse events, more accurate information regarding an adverse event, and the ability to quickly respond in an effective manner.
“Our customers are looking for a SIEM product that is easy to implement and use, includes change and configuration management, and provides total compliance, all at a reasonable price,” stated CorreLog CEO, George Faucher. “CorreLog is the only vendor that can provide this for them.”
About CorreLog, Inc.
CorreLog, Inc. delivers security information and event management (SIEM) combined with deep correlation functions. CorreLog’s flagship product, the CorreLog Security Correlation Server, combines log management, auto-learning functions, neural network technology, proprietary semantic correlation techniques and highly interoperable ticketing and reporting functions into a unique security solution. CorreLog automatically identifies and responds to network attacks, suspicious behavior and policy violations by collecting, indexing and correlating user activity and event data to pinpoint security threats, allowing organizations to respond quickly to compliance violations, policy breaches, cyber attacks and insider threats. Visit http://www.correlog.com for more information.
About the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) is a cabinet-level agency reporting directly to the Office of the Governor, and is responsible for overseeing a statewide system of supports and services for people with developmental disabilities and their families. The Mission of the DODD is continuous improvement of the quality of life for Ohio’s citizens with developmental disabilities and their families. The DODD Vision is that Ohio’s citizens with developmental disabilities and their families will experience lifestyles that provide opportunities for personal security, physical and emotional well-being, full community participation, productivity, and equal rights.
- Create less complex service delivery, with fair and logical payment systems that are federally compliant
- Continue to be good stewards of limited resources
- Provide quality outcomes through a combination of people and processes
- Design service delivery models in response to choices made by the people served, in alliance with community supports
- Develop a system-wide vision and long-range strategic plan by listening to our funding partners, constituents and stakeholders
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