Log Management Compliance - NIST 800-53 - National Institute of Standard and Technology Special Publication

NIST 800-53 produces information security standards and guidelines for federal information systems. It guides federal agencies in documenting and implementing controls that cover access control, audit and accountability, incident response, and system and information integrity.

Digital Edge’s clients are complaint with NSIT 800-53 with LogIT’s services of implementing and performing procedures to effectively capture, monitoring, reviewing, and retaining log data. Plus, threats are quickly identified and responded to with automation and an integrate workflow. Clients have powerful alerting that identify their most critical issues and notifies applicable personnel.

LogIT categorizes, identifies, and normalizes all log data for easy analysis and reporting. Our NIST 800-53 reporting packages will ensure that all reporting requirements are met.

Check out Digital Edge’s Log Management Solution: LogIT, where you can learn how our unparalleled solutions can enforce continuous compliance. To assess your Log Management needs and budget your project, visit our Log Management Assessment tool for your instant quote!

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Michael Petrov
Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Michael brings 30 years of experience as an information architect, optimization specialist and operations’ advisor. His experience includes extensive high-profile project expertise, such as mainframe and client server integration for Mellon Bank, extranet systems for Sumitomo Bank, architecture and processing workflow for alternative investment division of US Bank. Michael possesses advanced knowledge of security standards such as ISO 27001, NIST, SOC and PCI that brings into any solutions delivered by Digital Edge. Security solutions and standards are expended into public cloud such as AWS and Azure.

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