BeyondTrust Remote Support
This pack includes Cortex XSIAM content.
Configuration on Server Side
This section describes the configuration that needs to be done on a BeyondTrust B Series Appliance in order to forward its event logs to Cortex XSIAM Broker VM via syslog.
Follow the steps below:
- Access your BeyondTrust/appliance administrative interface.
- Go to /appliance → Security → Appliance Administration, and scroll down to the Syslog section.
- Set a new syslog server configuration entry with the following values:
Remote Syslog Server- Enter the IP address of the target Cortex XSIAM Syslog Broker VM.
Message Format- Select RFC 5424 compliant for the default forwarding configuration over UDP, or Syslog over TLS(RFC 5425) for an encrypted syslog connection over TLS (see Set Syslog over TLS for additional details).
Port- Enter the syslog service port that the target Cortex XSIAM Broker VM is listening on for receiving forwarded events from BeyondTrust appliances.
See BeyondTrust Syslog Message Reference Guide for additional details.
Collect Events from Vendor
In order to use the collector, use the Broker VM option.
You will need to use the information described here.
You can configure the specific vendor and product for this instance.
- Navigate to Settings → Configuration → Data Broker → Broker VMs.
- Go to the APPS column under the Brokers tab and add the Syslog app for the relevant broker instance. If the Syslog app already exists, hover over it and click Configure.
- Click Add New.
- When configuring the Syslog Collector, set the following parameters:
Select UDP for the default forwarding, or Secure TCP if the syslog forwarding on the BeyondTrust appliance was defined with the Syslog over TLS(RFC 5425) message format.
Enter the syslog service port that Cortex XSIAM Broker VM should listen on for receiving forwarded events from BeyondTrust appliances.
As described on the BeyondTrust syslog message format and syslog message segmentation docs, syslog messages that are larger than 1KB are segmented by the BeyondTrust syslog service into multiple separate individual syslog messages.
The modeling rules provided in this pack are applied to each event individually, so on such cases where a syslog message is divided into multiple events, each event would be mapped individually as a standalone event.