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CIM datamodel mapping for PaloAlto threat (including URL Filtering) log

HiroshiSatoh
Champion

I would like to borrow the wisdom of the Palo Alto experienced person.
Which data model does PaloAlto's threat (including URL Filtering) correspond to? "Intrusion Detection"?

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lakshman239
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

The PA firewall supports a number of Datamodels - Network Traffic, Network Sessions, Malware, Web .

If you install the Splunk Add on for Palo Alto and look at the default/tags.conf and eventtypes.conf, you can see all the event grouping and tags corresponding to the datamodel.

The events - threat/traffic all depends on the license for the modules which you may have on the PA.

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DEAD_BEEF
Builder

Documentation from Palo now breaks out each sourcetype into it's intended CIM datamodel.

lakshman239
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

The PA firewall supports a number of Datamodels - Network Traffic, Network Sessions, Malware, Web .

If you install the Splunk Add on for Palo Alto and look at the default/tags.conf and eventtypes.conf, you can see all the event grouping and tags corresponding to the datamodel.

The events - threat/traffic all depends on the license for the modules which you may have on the PA.

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