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  • 1.  How Imperva Discovery & Assessment Server Events/Logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Posted 8 days ago
    Hi,

    Is anybody know how to feed Imperva Data Discovery & Classification data/scan results/classifications/logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Thanks
    Vishal
    #DatabaseActivityMonitoring

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    Vishal Navale
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  • 2.  RE: How Imperva Discovery & Assessment Server Events/Logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Community Manager
    Posted 7 days ago

    Hi Vishal,

    Thanks for posting. Does this link help with what you are trying to achieve? 

    Setting up an Action Set for Splunk

    Thanks,

    Sarah



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    Sarah Lamont(csp)
    Digital Community Manager
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  • 3.  RE: How Imperva Discovery & Assessment Server Events/Logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Posted 7 days ago
    Thanks for getting back to me but its not addressed my question.

    I know the action set but for discovery and assessment its not applicable to me.

    Thanks
    Vishal






  • 4.  RE: How Imperva Discovery & Assessment Server Events/Logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Community Manager
    Posted 7 days ago
    Ah, okay Vishal, let me see if I can find any further information on this one.

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    Sarah Lamont(csp)
    Digital Community Manager
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  • 5.  RE: How Imperva Discovery & Assessment Server Events/Logs feed into Splunk or Big Panda?

    Community Manager
    Posted 6 days ago

    Hi there Vishal,

    I connected with one of our customer success team and he had a few suggestions:

    There is no default option for what you are trying to achieve. You could try saving the results as a report, then applying followed action and send that report to syslog. Or you could export the results as a .csv report and import it to Splunk.

    These links may also be useful: 

    Get Classification Scan Results

    Get Scan Results for a Database

    Let me know if these work.

    Thanks,



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    Sarah Lamont(csp)
    Digital Community Manager
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