Alert Logic® Log Manager™ captures numerous log sources, such as Windows, syslog, flat file, etc. Primary examples of configuration changes and system access logs are firewall/networking device configuration changes and access logs from Active Directory. Alert Logic has default reporting associated with these types of critical security logs, as well as parsers for real-time alerting.
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- How do Alert Logic upgrades and maintenance apply to Log Manager?
- Are automated compliance (NERC-CIP and SOX) reports a component of Log Manager?
- Are there infrastructure requirements to facilitate the Log Manager managed service?
- Can I add a custom report to the Log Review Service?
- Can Log Manager centrally distribute rules?
- Can you filter data while collecting logs?
- Does Log Manager provide reporting on configuration changes and system access attempts made to log sources on a network?
- How are logs transported from a customer environment to Alert Logic data centers?
- How can I be alerted if one of my log sources stops sending logs to Alert Logic?
- How can I reduce the volume of syslog messages sent from a host running rsyslog?