Collect and store all native or third-party workstation logs from various systems, devices and applications in one, searchable location with immediate availability for security and compliance reporting. Get a unified view of Windows event logs, UNIX/Linux, IIS and web application logs, PowerShell audit trails, endpoint protection systems, proxies and firewalls, virtualization platforms, network devices, custom text logs, as well as Quest Change Auditor events.
Collect and store years of data in a highly-compressed repository, 20:1 with indexing and 40:1 without, so you can save on storage costs by up to 60%, satisfy data retention policies and ensure continuous compliance with HIPAA, SOX, PCI, FISMA and more.
Consolidate cryptic event logs from disparate sources into a simple, normalized format of who, what, when, where, where from and whom to help you make sense of the data. Unique, full-text indexing makes long-term event data easily searchable for fast reporting, troubleshooting and security investigation.
Watch for unauthorized or suspicious user activity, such as file creation beyond threshold limits, using file extensions of known ransomware attacks or fishy PowerShell commands. Respond to threats immediately with real-time alerts. InTrust enables you to easily trigger automated responses to suspicious events, like blocking the activity, disabling the offending user, reversing the change and/or enabling emergency auditing.
InTrust delivers easy and reliable integration with Splunk, QRadar, ArcSight and any other SIEM supporting common Syslog formats (RFC 5424, JSON, Snare). With InTrust’s predictable per-user license model, you can collect and store as much data as you need for as long as you want. Then use pre-built filters based on industry best practices to forward only relevant data to your SIEM solution for real-time, security analytics. This integration enables you to slash your annual SIEM licensing costs.
Protect your workstations from modern cyberattacks, such as pass-the-hash, phishing or ransomware, by monitoring user and administrator activity — from logons to logoffs and everything in between. Collect and store all essential details of user access, such as who performed the action, what that action entailed, on which server it happened and from which workstation it originated.
One InTrust server can process up to 60,000 events per second with 10,000 agents or more writing event logs simultaneously, giving you more efficiency, scalability and substantial hardware cost savings. And for large, enterprise organizations who need more volume, you can simply add another InTrust server and divide the workload — scalability is virtually limitless.
Leverage the valuable insights from all of your Quest security and compliance solutions in one place. With IT Security Search, you can correlate data from InTrust, Change Auditor, Enterprise Reporter, Recovery Manager for AD, and Active Roles in a responsive Google-like, IT search engine for faster security incident response and forensic analysis. Easily analyze user entitlements and activity, event trends, suspicious patterns and more with rich visualizations and event timelines.
Easily convert investigations into multiple report formats, including HTML, XML, PDF, CSV and TXT, as well as Microsoft Word, Visio and Excel. Schedule reports and automate distribution across teams or choose from a vast library of predefined best practice reports with built-in event log expertise. With data import and consolidation workflows, you can even automatically forward a subset of data to SQL Server for further advanced analysis.
Protect event log data from tampering or destruction by creating a cached location on each remote server where logs can be duplicated as they are created.
Automate real-time gathering of event logs from a single console.
Use pre-defined searches to zero in on critical event data.
Use best practice filters to selectively forward only relevant data to your SIEM to reduce costs, minimize event noise and improve threat hunting efficiency and effectiveness.
Collect, store and search events from Unix and Linux syslog.
Syslog data differs drastically between applications. With InTrust, you can detect structured data inside syslog events and parse this data correctly.
Monitor user session activity — from logons to logoffs and everything in between.
Pre-defined alerts watch for suspicious user activity, such as potential password spraying (multiple failed logons for multiple valid accounts).
Automated response actions can minimize the impact of modern PowerShell-based attacks such as pass-the-hash.
Send email notifications to specific users and their managers of potentially suspicious activity on their account, such as password changes or multiple failed logons.
Export built-in reports for troubleshooting and review.
Find everything associated with a user or object using simple search terms. View results in a simple format of who, what, when, where, whom and workstation.
Default Set of Components
The components installed by default are InTrust Deployment Manager, InTrust Server and InTrust Repository Viewer. If you customize the selection to install individual components, see the requirements for the components you need in the InTrust System Requirements document supplied in the product download. If you use the default selection, the combined requirements are as follows:
Min. 4 cores (for example, for evaluation purposes).
For any real-world uses, at least 8 cores are recommended.
Min. 4GB (for example, for evaluation purposes).
For any real-world uses, at least 8GB are recommended.*
If you deploy InTrust on a virtual machine, make sure the CPU and memory requirements above are met, and do not overload the virtual machine host.
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