Do You Know What’s Going On In Your Network?
May 16, 2018 Published by Rajesh Goel
Making the right decisions for your business depends entirely on what information you have available to you at any given time. If you don’t really know what’s happening in your business, how well it’s performing, and where it may be failing, how can you effectively lead it?
This is especially true of your business technology. Without a comprehensive understanding of your IT activity, how can you be sure it’s performing optimally? How can you address potential vulnerabilities and shortcomings? For example – right here, right now, do you know what’s going on in your network?
- Did someone create an administrator-level user?
- Did someone (or some account) join a privileged group?
- Is someone brute-forcing your RDP servers?
How would you know?
The fact is that, for many companies, enabling proper and adequate windows logging never really gets done. It’s not a high enough priority when compared to other tasks, despite how important it is to real business success.
Even when something goes seriously wrong, most companies don’t bother getting the necessary information about the incident. Many companies fail to track which applications crash, how often they crash, when users are created or deleted, or if their group memberships are modified, etc. The list goes on and on.
That’s why Brainlink has developed BrainSENSE – the most comprehensive framework for enabling windows logging, centralizing log collection and providing real-time analysis of what’s happening in your network.
By delivering this data in easy-to-use and read dashboards that are customizable and tailored specifically to your business, we separate the wheat from the chaff, eliminate noise and give you unparalleled power.
At the end of the day, it’s all about the information that you have. With BrainSENSE, you’ll know what you need to know in order to make your business even better.
Get in touch with us right away at (917) 685-7731 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.