[logs] Re: "What Works in Log Management" webcast

From: Safier, Adam * (Safier@private)
Date: Mon Aug 29 2005 - 14:22:47 PDT

I'm not aware of a specific one at the federal standards level. But I think
I heard that DHS might be starting a best practices group.


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Adam - is there a FISP (Federal Information Security practice) for log
management within the US Government?



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 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Safier, Adam *" <Safier@private>
> In case someone on the list does not get SANS announcements, this sounds
> like an on-topic webcast.
> Adam
> ---------------------------------
> "What Works in Log Management"
> Featuring: Pete J. Boergermann and Alan Paller
> Wednesday, August 31 at 11:00 AM EDT (1500 UTC)
> https://www.sans.org/webcasts/show.php?webcastid=90597
> Sponsored by LogLogic
> A $1.2 billion community bank headquartered in northern Pennsylvania
> was looking for a solution to a common problem: how to automate the
> log monitoring process and comply with Gramm Leach Bliley and Sarbanes
> Oxley. Learn how their research led them to a solution that was easy
> and cost-effective even for small organizations.  SANS What Works
> initiative employs SANS research to illuminate a user story that
> brings to life the benefits (and problems) of an effective security
> tool. The user story is presented as a webcast interview - in essence
> a conversation between SANS Director of Research, Alan Paller, and a
> person who uses the security product. The conversation attempts to
> answer all the questions a prospective buyer might ask a satisfied
> (but unbiased) user.
> Master Certified Novell Engineer and a Cisco Certified Network
> Associate, Pete Boergermann joined Citizens and Northern Bank in 1998
> as Network Administrator. He is now Manager of the MIS Technical
> Department, Senior Network Engineer, and IT Security Officer. He
> actively serves on the Pennsylvania Bankers Associations, Member
> Services Policy Committee. He is currently enrolled in BAI Graduate
> School for Bank Operations and Technology. Pete has served on the
> Pennsylvania Bankers Associations Technology and Operations Committee
> for several years, chaired the committee, along with writing several
> articles for the PBA magazine. He has over ten years of experience in
> network development/implementation, by working for a local reseller
> and running his own network consulting company. He has served for
> four years in the United States Air Force, and one year in the Army
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