LogSentinel SIEM Implementation Guide

LogSentinel SIEM Implementation Guide

#Implementation is the hardest part of getting value out of a #SIEM. It often involves a chaotic onboarding process, approvals from multiple departments, back-and-forth communication about permissions and integrations.

LogSentinel SIEM provides templated implementation to streamline the process.

LogSentinel SIEM can collect data from everywhere. The lists below include only the most popular vendors and products, but because of the flexibility of our collector, we can collect anything that generates logs:

✅ Syslog in any variation (RFC 3164, RFC 5424; CEF, LEEF)

✅ IPFIX/NetFlow

✅ Text files in any variation (comma-separated, tab-separated, fixed-length columns, access log format, Linux audit log, JSON, XML) accessed in any fashion (ssh, shared drives, local)

✅ Windows logs

✅ Database tables in any RDBMS and any structure

✅ Database-native audit logs for major vendors

✅ Cloud services with RESTful APIs

For more information about integrations, read here: https://logsentinel.com/integrations/

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