Got some exciting news from STEALTHbits’ Product Management team last week about our new Data Activity Tracking product line, which offers customers the ability to monitor file access events on their Windows and NAS devices, including recently added support for EMC Isilon devices.
I asked them, “Why is this being treated as a new product? We’ve been offering this capability within our Data Access Governance solution for years.” Their answer was, “Because now we can offer it as a standalone product, no longer requiring StealthAUDIT in order to demonstrate value. That provides customers with a simple, easy way to monitor file activity and integrate the data with their SIEM/SIM products through Syslog. That means customers who have invested in SIEM can quickly add file system access events to the information they are already collecting, adding invaluable context to help determine risks, and efficiently respond to threats.”
That’s pretty cool.
It’s not surprising that we did this though. We have incredible technology in our file monitoring solutions. One of our customers is collecting more than 150 million activity events per day! This product works, and now it is even simpler to acquire because it can be purchased and installed as a standalone product to integrate with SIEM.
Interested in more? By adding StealthAUDIT and our Data Access Governance Suite to the mix, customers can now overlay permissions and access data on top of the activity, solving critical problems around security. That’s because the same data feeds right into our StealthAUDIT reports and the Access Information Center. This provides compelling information to Security, Operations, and IAM/Governance folks.
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Adam Laub is the Senior Vice President of Product Management at STEALTHbits Technologies. He is responsible for setting product strategy, defining future roadmap, driving strategic sales engagements, supporting demand generation activities, enabling the sales organization and all aspects of product evangelism.
Since joining STEALTHbits in 2005, Adam has held multiple positions within the organization, including Sales, Marketing, and Operational Management roles.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA.