The Logtrust platform provides easy to use and real-time geolocation capabilities, enriching your data and allowing visualization on a wide range of maps.
All IP addresses sent to Logtrust can be geolocated to provide enhanced insights on your data: country, city, continent, coordinates, ISP, etc. All these values can be automatically attached to your data. You can choose from different maps and visualize them always in real-time.
Everything is done in real-time: from event collection, to the query, correlation, dashboard updates and delivery of alerts and reports.
You can maximize your security capabilities, increase the success of your marketing campaigns, etc.
Geolocation for Security
Logtrust geolocates all the IP addresses. This framework allows you to calculate a detailed connection profile of your users (Country, region or city), storing these patterns and generating alerts in case of discrepancies between the current connection and the user’s profile.
Not only can you generate alerts when you detect strange connections by country, strange ISP’s, etc.. You will know what is common for each of your users and detect more patterns of attack and avoid many false positives.
Geolocation for Marketing
The geographical location of your customers improves the accuracy and effectiveness of predictive models and increases the practicality and actionability of solutions.
Thanks to geolocation, you can:
- Obtain a better knowledge of the local market
- Locate areas with higher profitability
- Define areas of influence
- Optimize your sales network
- Promote targets in specific areas and optimize your resources
- Know the ROI of local marketing campaigns
With Logtrust you can enrich your data with geolocation capabilities in real-time and obtain meaningful insights.
The Logtrust geo-location system allows you to identify the IP and location of an event.
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