EventTracker Initial Setup

Geremy Farmer
Information Technology Coordinator at Magnolia Bank, Incorporated
The initial setup is complex. It really depends on what alerts and reports you're looking at and what you want to filter it down to. It really depends on how much data you're looking at capturing and how to get that configured, working with their team on getting that configured for you. It was a long process from start to finish. Now that it's in place, there are hardly ever any issues or any hiccups with it. But the initial setup can be a little time-consuming. You have to make sure you have adequate time if you're going to implement SIEM or an event-log correlation system. Our deployment took a good 60 to 90 days from start to finish, working through all the reports and filtering it down to what we wanted. That included our firewall logs and deploying it on all the machines. We really didn't have an implementation strategy at that point. We were just trying to get it implemented as quickly as possible on our domain server. Then we expanded it to all of our servers inside our network and then all of our firewalls. View full review »
Bryan Caporlette
Chief Technology Officer at G&G Outfitters Inc
The initial setup was straightforward because they did it. We just had to give them a virtual machine that met their specs, then they installed the software and got it all configured for us. So, it was pretty easy and only took a network engineer from our company. It did not take more than a couple days to get everything installed, running, tuned, etc. We installed the software first, then we installed the agents second. We have a network engineer doing the maintenance for it. View full review »

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