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ISLP Compliance Reports

Complying with the information security level protection (ISLP) made easy by EventLog Analyzer

The digital data that a company collects and processes plays a pivotal role in that company's business. That's why enterprises can't afford any data compromises, especially their customers' data. One way to ensure that proper measures are in place to counter network security attacks is by complying with IT mandates. One such mandate, the information security level protection (ISLP), revolves around Chinese organizations protecting their information and information systems.

As part of ISLP compliance, a special committee should periodically review the security measures you've implemented to safeguard information and information systems in your organization. Since ISLP has a number of sections and covers a variety of aspects, complying with this regulation could be a challenge without the right tools in place.

EventLog Analyzer is a log management tool with a dedicated compliance management module. This module provides ready-made reports for complying with all the important IT mandates, including the ISLP. To simplify ISLP audits, EventLog Analyzer has predefined reports listed under the various articles of the regulation. Some of the most important articles, along with the reports that EventLog Analyzer provides out-of-the-box to comply with them, are listed below:

Article Compliance aspect Reports
16.3, 13.6 Logons
  • Successful User Logons
  • Successful User Logoffs
  • Unsuccessful User Logons
  • Terminal Service Session
12, 13, 19.3, 30.4, 30.6, 20.5 Object accesses
  • Object Accessed
  • Object Created
  • Object Modified
  • Object Deleted
  • Object Handled
16.3, 18.1, 19.3, 30.6 User accesses
  • Individual User Action
16.3, 18.1, 19.3, 30.6 Policy changes
  • User Policy Changes
  • Domain Policy Changes
  • Audit Policy Changes
20.2, 20.3 Firewall logons
  • FortiNet Failed Logons
  • FortiNet Failed VPN Logons
  • SonicWall Failed VPN Logons
  • SonicWall Denied Connections
  • PaloAlto Failed Logons
  • PaloAlto Denied Connections
  • Huawei Failed Logons
  • Huawei Denied Connection
20.2, 20.3, 20.10 Firewall attacks
  • FortiNet Possible Attacks
  • FortiNet Critical Attacks
  • SonicWall Critical Attacks
  • SonicWall Website Traffic
  • PaloAlto Possible Attacks
  • PaloAlto Critical Attacks
  • Huawei Possible Attacks
20.2, 20.3, 20.10 Firewall attacks
  • FortiNet Possible Attacks
  • FortiNet Critical Attacks
  • SonicWall Critical Attacks
  • SonicWall Website Traffic
  • PaloAlto Possible Attacks
  • PaloAlto Critical Attacks
  • Huawei Possible Attacks
18.1, 20.1, 20.3 Firewall configurations
  • FortiNet Configuration Changes
  • FortiNet Commands Failed
16.3, 30.6 Account logon
  • Successful User Account Validation
  • Unsuccessful User Account Validation
18.1 Account management
  • User Account Changes
  • Computer Account Changes
  • User Group Changes
12, 13, 19.3, 30.4, 30.6, 20.5 Microsoft SQL/Oracle DDL changes
  • Microsoft SQL Database Created
  • Microsoft SQL Database Deleted
  • Microsoft SQL Table Created
  • Microsoft SQL Table Dropped
  • Microsoft SQL Procedure Created
  • Microsoft SQL Procedure Deleted
  • Microsoft SQL Schema Dropped
  • Microsoft SQL Schema Modified
  • Oracle Database Created
  • Oracle Database Deleted
  • Oracle Table Deleted
  • Oracle Table Modified
  • Oracle Procedure Created
  • Oracle Procedure Deleted
  • Oracle Cluster Deleted
  • Oracle Cluster Modified
12, 13, 19.3, 30.4, 30.6, 20.5 Microsoft SQL/Oracle DML changes
  • Microsoft SQL Table Updated
  • Microsoft SQL Table Deleted
  • Microsoft SQL Execute Command
  • Microsoft SQL Receive Command
  • Microsoft SQL Schema Updated
  • Microsoft SQL Schema Deleted
  • Oracle Table Inserted
  • Oracle Table Deleted
  • Oracle Procedure Altered
  • Oracle Trigger Created
  • Oracle Trigger Deleted
12, 13, 19.3, 30.4, 30.6, 20.5 Microsoft SQL/Oracle security changes
  • Privilege Abuse
  • Unauthorized Copy
  • Account Lockouts
  • SQL Injection
  • Denial of Service
  • Oracle SQL Injection
  • Oracle Failed Logons
  • Oracle Account Lockouts
  • Oracle Denial of Service
12, 13, 19.3, 30.4, 30.6, 20.5 Printer reports
  • Printer Documents Printed
  • Printer Documents Deleted
  • Printer Paused Documents
  • Printer Corrupted Documents
  • Printer Insufficient Privilege to Print
 
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    Operations Review Specialist
    Office of Information System
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    Department of Chemistry
    University of Washington
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