this could easily be of some interest to various people ....
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Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 14:36:55 +0100
Subject: UKUUG Tutorial - 14th Otober - Places still available!!
From: UKUUG Administration <office at ukuug.demon.co.uk>
UKUUG - TUTORIAL: Building an Enterprise Logging Infrastructure
Tutor: Tina Bird (Computer Security Officer for Stanford University)
Thursday 14th October 2004 - London
Who should attend:
System administrators and network managers responsible for monitoring
and maintaining the health and well-being of computers and network
devices in an enterprise environment.
The purpose of this tutorial is to illustrate the importance of a
network-wide centralized logging infrastructure, to introduce several
approaches to monitoring audit logs, and to explain the types of
information and forensics that can be obtained with well-managed
Every device on your network--routers, servers, firewalls, application
software--spits out millions of lines of audit information a
day. Hidden within the data that indicate normal day-to-day operation
(and known problems) are the first clues that systems are breaking
down, attackers are breaking in, and end users are breaking up. If you
manage that data flow, you can run your networks more effectively.
This tutorial will teach you how to build a log management
infrastructure, how to figure out what your log data means, and what
in the world you do with it once you've acquired it.
For more information, prices and a booking form, please see:
PO Box 37
Herts SG9 9UQ
Tel: 01763 273475
Fax: 01763 273255
office at ukuug.org
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