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Codenotary’s New immudb Extension Provides Tamper-Proof Storing Of Security Data


immudb, the immutable enterprise-scale database with cryptographic verification, has announced a connector to store events and data gathered by leading Security Operations Center (SOC) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools from Splunk, Elastic, plus IBM QRadar XDR and Microsoft Sentinel.

Codenotary is the primary contributor to the open source immudb project, which was started by the company in 2020. According to the company, only immudb is capable of storing SOC and SIEM data like logs and events with cryptographic verification and at volumes that exceed millions of entries per second. The data is fully searchable to help with remediation in the event of a security issue.

Unlike other databases, immudb is built on a zero-trust model: history is preserved and can’t be changed. Data in immudb comes with cryptographic verification at every transaction to ensure there is no tampering possible. immudb can be deployed in cluster configurations on-premises or in the cloud for demanding applications that require high scalability, up to billions of transactions per day, and high availability. The support of both key-value along with SQL makes it simple to use immudb in new and existing applications.

Codenotary uses immudb to underpin its software supply chain security product. There have been more than 15 million downloads of immudb so far.

The connector is part of the enterprise version of immudb that includes 24/7 support.