TMCNet:  AdventNet Says ManageEngine Offers Support for Payment Card Industry 
Compliance Audits

[October 01, 2007]

AdventNet Says ManageEngine Offers Support for Payment Card Industry Compliance Audits

(Wireless News Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)
AdventNet, a provider of enterprise IT management software, is offering
support for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) in
its ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer product.

A PCI Audit report provided by EventLog Analyzer, through system
activity log monitoring & reporting, helps payment service providers
and merchants to track and report on all access to their network
resources and cardholder data.

Network resources generate huge quantity of access logs, which can be
mined to obtain a wealth of security information on user activities.
PCI Compliance Audits lays stress on tracking and monitoring all such
user activities, which can determine the cause of a compromise.

EventLog Analyzer monitors, collects, analyzes, archives, and generates
reports on all access and changes to systems storing card holder
information. EventLog Analyzer provides PCI Audit reports that captures
user logon/logoff, logon failure, audit log access, object access,
audit policy changes, and individual user actions.

"The logs are important for us to detect changes and problems easily.
EventLog Analyzer has made the job of reviewing logs much easier and we
save many hours every week" said Jin Ho, Cutera Inc.

"With the September 2007 deadline for all businesses handling card
holder information to subscribe to PCI DSS, we are seeing a strong
demand for EventLog Analyzer's PCI Compliance Reports" said Ajay Kumar,
Business Manager at AdventNet, Inc. "We are glad that we are able to
provide timely solutions to address the needs of the market," he added.

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