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Insufficient Log Info from ePO to SIEM

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Hi,

We have integrated ePO with SIEM (QRadar). The logs are being forwarded successfully but we don't get all required fields such as OS version, OS Type, System Tree Sorting etc.

Is there a way to chose the required fields which need to be forwarded?

The log forwarding is done through SQL.

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Old post; may still be relevant:

"these logs are indeed stored in the ms sql db used by epo, but your data will only be as good as what qradar CHOOSES to grab from the sql db.  they are not grabbing the audit data that you are looking for because it lives in a different table.  Most siem vendors grab the data from the most obvious table in epo which is the 'threat events' table, which is what you are seeing.  If you want to see audit entries you will have to ask qradar to improve their parser and pull that data as well..."

You may also consider taking a look at the syslog feature w/n ePO version 5.3.2 & higher: McAfee Corporate KB - How to set up an example Syslog server for use with ePolicy Orchestrator KB879...

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Thank you

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Old post; may still be relevant:

"these logs are indeed stored in the ms sql db used by epo, but your data will only be as good as what qradar CHOOSES to grab from the sql db.  they are not grabbing the audit data that you are looking for because it lives in a different table.  Most siem vendors grab the data from the most obvious table in epo which is the 'threat events' table, which is what you are seeing.  If you want to see audit entries you will have to ask qradar to improve their parser and pull that data as well..."

You may also consider taking a look at the syslog feature w/n ePO version 5.3.2 & higher: McAfee Corporate KB - How to set up an example Syslog server for use with ePolicy Orchestrator KB879...

If this information was helpful or has answered your question, please select Accept as Solution. This will assist other memebers

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@smacklay, Can you guide me how to forward logs from ePO to QRadar successfully? I'm struggling with this integration. For details of my case, you can see another post on IBM forum.

Thank you.

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