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Incorporate standard logging of events on OpenPages application server
Our company have a standard in submitting all application logs to our enterprise SIEM tool for monitoring. We had inquired with the OpenPages Product Support team but their response was at the time, no standard messaging capabilities - see TS002606348. This case was inquired back in 2019 but our company policy is pressing on this requirement again of which we will now need to file a risk exception for not having proper log monitoring in place for IBM OpenPages.
Cybersecurity is one of the top priorities in every company in every industry and IBM has a customer GRC tool for security risk assessments that doesn't generate any security log messages (e.g. invalid login attempts) is a disappointment.
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