HiSec LogAuditor1500, a log audit system of Huawei Technologies, passed the core protocol Phase-2 test of the IPv6 Ready at Global IPv6 Testing Center of China Future Internet Engineering Center,
HiSec LogAuditor1500, a log audit system of Huawei Technologies, passed the core protocol Phase-2 test of the IPv6 Ready at Global IPv6 Testing Center of China Future Internet Engineering Center, and was awarded the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 certification by the international organization IPv6 Forum (Logo ID: 02-C-002183).
This means that the IPv6 core protocol realization of the above product has fully met with the relevant IETF RFC standards, and its consistency and interoperability have been verified.
As a comprehensive management platform for information assets, HiSec LogAuditor1500 conducts comprehensive and standardized processing of customers’ network equipment, security equipment, host and application system logs to discover various security threats and abnormal behavior events in a timely manner.
HiSec LogAuditor1500 is said to provide customers with a truly reliable basis for incident accountability and deep security of business operations through a correlation engine that meets international standards.
At the same time, it collects all log information into the platform, realizes unified management of information assets, monitors the operation status of assets, and assists users in comprehensively auditing the overall security status of the information system.
The IPv6 Ready Logo test certification is an important standard initiated by the world’s IPv6 Forum to measure whether a product conforms to the IPv6 protocol specifications, and it is also an internationally authoritative proof of IPv6 support.
Certified products need to pass 100% of all test cases for IPv6 consistency and interoperability, and the IPv6 Ready Logo committee will strictly review the test results before they can finally obtain the logo.
The application of the logo is universal in the world and provides a basis for equipment to support IPv6 and promotes the large-scale deployment of global IPv6.