LogLogic

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LogLogic
Former type Privately held company
Fate Acquired by TIBCO
Founded 2002
Founders Jason DeStefano, Thomas Grabowski, Peter Jordan
Defunct April 12, 2012 (2012-04-12)
Headquarters San Jose, California, USA
Key people Guy Churchward (CEO)
Employees 175 (2010)
Website www.loglogic.com

LogLogic is a technology company that specializes in Security Management, Compliance Reporting, and IT Operations products. LogLogic developed the first appliance-based log management platform.[1] LogLogic's Log Management platform collects and correlates user activity and event data. LogLogic's products are used by many of the world's largest enterprises to rapidly identify and alert on compliance violations, policy breaches, cyber attacks, and insider threats.

History[edit]

LogLogic was founded in 2002 by Jason DeStefano, Thomas Grabowski,[2] and Peter Jordan in Minneapolis, MN. The company was established to help IT system administrators automate the management of log data and diagnose system problems.[3]

In 2009, LogLogic released database security and compliance management products[4] and acquired Exaprotect, a security information and event management (SIEM) company.[5]

In 2012, the company has been acquired by TIBCO.[6]

Products[edit]

LogLogic makes a Computer appliance that IT system administrators, compliance managers, CIOs and CiSOs can use to collect logs and events from network devices, servers, databases, operating systems and applications. The appliances also translate various log formats, search through logs, generate alerts and create graphs with logging trends.[7]

LogLogic products help in several industry compliance mandates and standards, such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).[8]


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Investors[edit]

Focus Ventures, Sequoia Capital,[9] Telesoft Partners, Worldview Technology Partners, INVESCO Private Capital, SAP Ventures,[10] CM-CIC Private Equity, Crédit Agricole Private Equity and ELAIA Partners[11]

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