Security and Integrity Monitoring Software for IBM i
Real-time IBM i security events
IBM i (System i, iSeries, AS/400)
Identify Security Breaches When They Occur
Monitor your IBM i for critical security events and receive real-time notifications of security breaches so you can protect your most important business information.
Integrate with Enterprise Tools
Send security-related events directly to your enterprise security monitor. Through integration with your security information and event management (SIEM) console, Interact simplifies and centralizes security and integrity monitoring.
Simplify Audit Journal Details
Not everyone is an IBM i expert. Interact translates complex audit journal details into a standard syslog format so any operator can understand the data and act on it.
Security event monitoring
Monitor security-related events from the audit journal (QAUDJRN), network, and operating system in real time, including changes to user profiles and system values, invalid login attempts, intrusion detections, and changed or deleted objects.
Maintain awareness of every security event on your system in real time so you never miss a potential security breach. Interact will provide alerts to ensure critical issues are escalated.
Avoid flooding the network and filling up your SIEM solution with every single journal entry. Interact provides filters to help you review the fields you want to see, and also save space and bandwidth on the syslog server. Filter information by event type, user ID, IP address, and time and day of the week.
Identify security events even faster with software that integrates seamlessly with the SIEM you use every day. Interact sends over 500 security events to a syslog server and integrates with virtually any SIEM solution, including LogRhythm, ArcSight, Tivoli, Kiwi, and many others.
Multiple export options
Export your security event data the way you want to. Interact can either send data directly to your SIEM console or write its own message cue.
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SIEM solutions generally offer only weak coverage for IBM i, even though applications running on IBM i typically house sensitive data, including payment card information and social security numbers. Learn how you can leverage the power of IBM i’s auditing capabilities and your SIEM console.