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Symantec DLP Daily Monitoring Report (Template)

Created: 15 Feb 2012 • Updated: 15 Feb 2012 | 7 comments
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AR Sharma's picture
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Very much like other applications, Symantec DLP also requires daily monitoring.This daily monitoring will ensure that Organization gets uninterrupted service.

I am attaching a template here, which can be used for daily monitoring and report can be given to management on daily basis.

I am assuming that Symantec DLP database is with database admin team and they are monitoring database on daily basis.

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Avkash K's picture

That's really helpfull...

Regards,

Avkash K

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Srikanth_Subra's picture

Fruitful....yes

Thanks & Regards,

 Srikanth.S

"Defeat the Defeat before the Defeat Defeats you"
(Swami Vivekananda)

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AR Sharma's picture

Thanks Avkash and Srikanth!

Thanks & Regards,

AR Sharma, CISSP

IBM Certified System Admin- Lotus Domino V7

ITIL V2 Certified

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Syed Hussain -Compliance Devil's picture

This is a very good article.  I guess most of the companies will implement this as a health check in their day to day reporting mechanism :)

Thanks,

-Syed Hussain

 

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alexovi4's picture

Sorry, but can I import this template in DLP? How can I use it? Manually fill?

Thank you

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Syed Hussain -Compliance Devil's picture

Hi Alex,

You wont be able to use this in DLP as a templet; however, you can add this to a process

Eg:  Ask the operations team to fill in the details in intervals

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-Syed Hussain

 

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mharrison's picture

I would think that with the right level of access and a bit of scripting you could import most all of this data into an excel spreadsheet or some type of HTML dashboard.

I will look into doing this if I ever carve out some spare time.

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