firewall notifications and alarms based on syslog keywords
HI, I have an ASA and we now have a requirement that we need to be notified in case of a security concern. I have the firewall sending syslog messages to a central syslog server but I would like to know based on what syslog keywords should I be sending out email notifications. For ex : if I get a syslog with a keyword "SYN ATTACK" (if there is such a syslog message) I will be sending out an alarm to the security team.
Is there another way of doing this? Another ex is if we have too many dropped packets or something of this type, then I need to be notified? Does the asdm have such a feature?
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