Unix user account log monitoring
If your business runs on Unix machines, odds are you're tasked with Unix user account management. It is a must to audit every activity related to user account management, such as user and group creation and deletion, to ensure changes are authorized and not made by a naive or even rogue administrator. You might also be concerned with suspicious user account events such as multiple failed password resets. However, managing user accounts in your Unix systems can become messy without an auditing tool in place.
Audit Unix user accounts with EventLog Analyzer
EventLog Analyzer, a comprehensive log management tool for SIEM, can collect and parse syslogs to give you full control over your Unix accounts, so you can track important changes being made to your Unix systems. With EventLog Analyzer, you can run predefined graphical reports to audit all created, deleted, and renamed user accounts and groups. EventLog Analyzer's reports give you in-depth information about any particular user account management event, along with an option to drill down into the data.
Identify whenever any user account is added, even if the addition of the new user failed. You can also track account password changes and get real-time alerts for any failed password changes. EventLog Analyzer's report for top account management events simplifies Unix account management by giving you important information pertaining to Unix user accounts in a single view. Further, you can also configure an alert profile for any user account management activity that is of concern to you, such as the deletion of a user account.
Learn all about EventLog Analyzer's Unix auditing capabilities here.