Cisco Defense Orchestrator Auditing/Visibility of Security
How has the solution affected auditing and/or the visibility of security in your organization? Please provide examples.
It has increased the visibility of security quite a bit. It allows us to give read-only access to some people who are not supposed to be making changes, but who are helped a lot by being able to see what the security policies are.View full review »
Regarding auditing or the visibility into security, it gives me a full change-log of all the changes that are going on across all of the ASAs, and I wouldn't have had that before, necessarily. It gives me that and, from a security point of view, obviously it gives me rules that are shadowed, as I mentioned, which improves security because we do not have duplicate rules everywhere.View full review »
We have manual audit procedures and we use an audit search report to visualize and evaluate our security .View full review »
In terms of auditing, CDO has the option to review all the logs and if something is modified we have control of that. We know what time it was modified. There is a history on it so we can go and check that. As for visibility, with CDO we can see any changes that were made. If there is a vulnerability from one device, we can go and fix it in different devices at once. It's not just one device. We can work and try to prevent that specific problem from hampering the rest of the devices.View full review »
The auditing's good. If they say to us, "Okay, we need a list of all your firewalls." We can say, "Here you go." We just export that out of CDO so that speeds things up, instead of us having to keep a separate spreadsheet.View full review »