Network Security Monitoring Software

Network Security Monitoring Software


Network security monitoring (NSM) tools, often known as software, are designed to watch over and study network traffic in order to detect security risks and anomalies and take the necessary countermeasures. These tools help in the quick identification of malicious activities, insight into network activity, and incident response.


Network security monitoring software designed to deploy quickly to help detect cyber threats and simplify demonstrating compliance


Key Features


  • Centralized log collection and normalization
  • Automated threat detection and response
  • Integrated compliance reporting tools
  • Intuitive dashboard and user interface
  • Built-in file integrity monitoring
  • Simple and affordable licensing 

More easily detect threats across your environment


Network Security Monitoring Software

Centralizing and normalizing log data from your on-premises devices can give you a more comprehensive view of suspicious behavior and help reduce the amount of time and effort spent analyzing and responding to cyber threats. LogicVein Security Event Manager (SEM) is designed to be an extra pair of eyes on your network to alert you and help you act on potential threats in your environment.


Why does it take so long to find the log data I need?


Security Event Manager comes with hundreds of pre-built connectors to gather logs from various sources, parse their data, and put them into a commonly readable format, creating a central location for you and your team to easily investigate potential threats, prepare for audits, and store logs.


Security Event Manager includes features to quickly and easily narrow in on the logs you need, such as visualizations, out-of-the-box filters, and simple, responsive text-based searching for both live and historical events. With scheduled search, you can save, load, and schedule your most commonly used searches.


What is network security monitoring software?


Network security monitoring software is built to detect and analyze activities potentially indicating security issues. By offering cybersecurity warnings, network cybersecurity monitoring solutions can enable you to act quickly and protect your business from network intrusion and subsequent disaster.


To discover cybersecurity threats, network security monitoring software is designed to collect metrics around client-server communications, encrypted traffic sessions, and other network operations. It also enables you to perform traffic analysis to find patterns in traffic flow. Additionally, you can create automatic security alerts and reports, allowing you to respond to suspicious behavior and take appropriate actions more quickly.


Visualizations offered by network security monitoring tools can also leverage threat intelligence to generate easy-to-understand charts and graphs, potentially improving admin efforts to investigate network traffic, pinpoint malicious activities, and troubleshoot security threats.


How does the network monitoring software work in SolarWinds Security Event Manager?


LogicVein Security Event Manager (SEM) offers network monitoring with automated features designed to actively flag events found through real-time log correlation. SEM enables you to uncover actionable intelligence on your network cybersecurity, compliance, and daily operations. You can use these critical insights to respond to security threats quickly and efficiently.  With visualization features like trees, graphs, and charts, SEM is designed to instantly highlight important network security data and related issues. This supplies you with the necessary context to make speedy yet informed decisions regarding security operations.


SEM is a network security monitoring tool designed to scan your network using a list of known bad actors based on community-sourced threat intelligence feeds to help you discover the following:


  • Internal communications with a potentially malicious host, indicating an already-present security threat 
  • Attacks, probes, or other communications potentially indicating an incoming network intrusion 
  • Spam, denial of service, or similar hosts that could be security threats, signaling phishing attempts, or zombies 
  • System errors and crash reports, which could potentially yield openings for security threats 
  • Failure of antivirus or anti-malware technology to clean up potential security infections 
  • Intrusion detection through other security triggers 

This role is becoming increasingly important for modern enterprises. IT professionals may be required to monitor and check networks when they are away from their computers. As more businesses shift to remote and hybrid working, many user interfaces enable IT employees to control network operations from anywhere using their smartphones and tablets.


SEM is designed to centralise security data from across your IT architecture. With the help of this comprehensive view of suspicious and malicious conduct, you can comprehend network security operations in real-time, allowing you to respond swiftly and effectively to cybersecurity threats.