Legally Sound Digital Evidence for a Bank
The Chief Information Security Officer of a large bank needs to be able to use logs as digital evidence in court cases regarding fraud.
Audit logs make sure that internal privileged actors cannot commit fraud without being detected. However, if logs themselves are unprotected, they can be deleted or modified by the privileged actor. Without additional protection, they may not have sufficient legal strength.
LogSentinel SIEM is integrated with the core banking system to provide immutability of the audit log.
The secure electronic timestamping used, combined with other cryptographic methods, turns the audit logs collected into legally
sound digital evidence.
The cryptographically protected and eIDAS compliant audit log is a strong digital evidence
The inability of privileged users to cover their tracks serves as a deterrence for
The rule-based and machinelearning anomaly detection is used to alert the infosec team on unusual patterns