Degree Type

Creative Component

Semester of Graduation

Spring 2020

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

First Major Professor

Jacobson Douglas

Degree(s)

Master of Science (MS)

Major(s)

Information Assurance

Abstract

Many organizations have good and well-trained staff that run networks that is well-designed with nicely structured procedures and security policies. However, they are still experiencing threatening situations consistently, as result of some worker's defect or unfavorable circumstances and malicious intent. Hackers are consistently creating new complex way of breaching corporate information systems, and organizations need to protect their data, networks and systems in more reliable and effective ways, the most accurate, potent and effective tools in good security portfolio include incident and audit logs generated by networked devices. However, some organizations comprehend what sort of devices to screen and monitor, what data to catch, or how to appropriately assess the data. Also, a few people have the assets and resources required to keep steady over work.

This paper will walk you through the basic premise of log analysis - why it is important, what it can tell you and how to do it. I will talk about the five essential elements of a successful log analysis process, its application to monitoring performance, in continuous process monitoring and security (threat hunting and detection) with commercially available solutions, and open with a lot of rules with Source Solutions and compliance laws

Copyright Owner

Awotipe, Oluwaseun

File Format

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