Ekran System Structure and Architecture
Ekran System Clients help to monitor security on popular end-points by recording user activities on Linux, Citrix, and Windows machines (both servers and desktops). EThe Client captures user screens with mouse moves according to the recording settings and simultaneously logs important metadata such as application names, titles of active windows, keystrokes, etc. The monitored data is sent to the Ekran System Server for storage and analysis, or, if there is no network connection, is stored in the Client protected cache until the connection is restored.
Ekran System Server
Ekran System Clients send monitored data to the Ekran System Server, which analyzes the data and stores it in a central database. If the monitored data contains events that correspond to user-defined rules, the Server generates instant alerts. The Server is also responsible for storing the configuration data, sending the update packages to Clients, performing database cleanup, and creating reports and corresponding statistics. Ekran System Server can optionally work with third-party MS SQL or embedded free Firebird databases, allowing for a flexible choice depending on your security, economical, and processing speed needs.
Web Management Tool
The Management Tool is the primary Ekran System user interface. It allows you to manage Clients, configure security alerts to potential incidents, define and assign permissions to Ekran System users, as well as view and analyze monitored security data received from Clients.