How to secure Syslog with USM Anywhere

August 6, 2020 | Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson

Chris has been in the networking and security field for almost 20 years. In the first half of his career he was in operations working for some of the largest Telecommunication providers. After moving to the Bay Are in 2009, he transitioned to technical product management where he hoped to bring much of his operational experience to product development. After spending 5+ years with Juniper, he jumped into startup mode where he did sales and DevOps, including building out cloud infrastructures. Prior to coming to ATT, Chris was a Technical Product Manager where he worked with Cloud Service Provider to integrate and monetize the VMware Portfolio.

August 6, 2020 | Chris Johnson

How to secure Syslog with USM Anywhere

One of the requests we often get is how to securely forward logs to the USM sensor. To forward logs securely, the one component that is required is an SSL certificate. By default, USM has a self-signed certificate that will allow sending secure logs over port 6514. Some platforms, such as Palo Alto Networks, require publicly signed certificates by default. In…