Send your audit log events and they get securely stored.
Leveraging a private blockchain based on state-of-the-art research to keep your logs safe
GDPR compliance reports and and in-built Data Processing register.
Rich visualization capabilities and full auditor access for forensics.
Easy and straightforward RESTful API as well as ready-to-use plugins for various systems.
Ensure that your data is tamper-free/tamper-evident, time-stamped and securely logged in two blockchains. Use it for forensics, security audits, and proof of GDPR compliance.
All-round reporting solution, including key visuals for logs, individual and aggregated statistics, an easy to use GDPR Document Processing register and automated compliance reporting that saves tons of work.
Control access to the logging capabilities and the Data Processing register, granting it only to those who need it - staff, management or auditors, or third-parties that work with your data.
Using a simple RESTful API, you can connect any system to LogSentinel and leverage its secure logging capabilities. Additionally, we offer plugins for many popular solutions, including WordPress.
Data is now a company’s most valuable asset. Industry analysts estimate that 40% of all security incidents involve insiders manipulating confidential business data to gain at the expense of your company finance, reputation, and credibility.
LogSentinel is a solution that makes it impossible to manipulate data without detection, and with a partial verification of our blockchain every half an hour, detection is almost real time. You will need such a solution if you ask yourself some of these questions:
- Do you need to make sure that no one has manipulated the data you have?
- Do you need to track access to your information and store the logs securely?
- Do you want to use cutting-edge cryptography to securely log your business events?
- Will you ever need to proove the integrity of your data to your business partners, customers, or in court?
- Do you need to demonstrate compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or any other industry-specific regulation?
Anton Gerunov, Ph.D.
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