Logsign Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) Integration

Logsign is seamlessly integrated with Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP). Let’s see how.

Basic functions provided by Symantec Endpoint Protection:

  • Antivirus protection
  • ADC is an application based module which has been developed against policy based threats especially capable of infecting system files and those from external devices.
  • Firewall protection

Indication of activities detected and directed by SEP on Logsign;

1. Firewall Protection

By creating dashboard, reports and alerts on Logsign, Firewall based blocked and permitted traffic can be monitored real-time.

Figure 1Figure 1: Port based traffic monitoring on Logsign.

2. Antivirus Protection

By creating dashboard, reports and alerts on Logsign, the activities detected by SEP and taken care of can be monitored.

SEP Risk EventsFigure 2: Real time indication of the risks found and actions taken

In addition, for the risks detected under the category of malware and virus by making use of the signature base, real-time action can be taken by using alerts and dashboard.

3. Application Control

By creating dashboard, reports and alerts on Logsign, malware detected by SEP can be monitored.

SEP AC EventsFigure 3: Policy based blocked applications and file actions

4. Device Control

By creating dashboard, reports and alerts on Logsign, external devices detected by SEP and taken actions can be monitored.

SEP DLP Events.pngFigure 4: The blocked devices list are located in the left widget while the permitted ones are on the right side

By real-time search via Logsign, SEP based security, system and traffic activities can be detected.

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Figure 5: Risks detected by SEP

Furthermore, by creating alert rules on Logsign, you can take real-time action.

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Figure 6: Indication of created alerts on the interface

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