000023822 - How the reports and logs are transferred to RSA Data Central

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RSA Security provides a centralized service, Data Central, that helps you provide log files to RSA Security and retrieve files for download, such as reports.


 

The RSA Data Center Transfer process is as follows:


1. The passmark application servers (hosted on your site) push all logs to a collection server of your choice.
2. The collection server compresses the log files.
3. The logs are pushed to RSA Security either through SFTP (preferred method) or by HTTPs on a regularly scheduled timeline. Normally, logs are pushed every day in order for RSA Security to provide a daily report.
4. Logs are pulled to the RSA Data Center for consumption into customer reports.
5. Reports are pushed from the RSA Data Center to an HTTPs server or SFTP server for you to download your particular reports or additional files.


Refer to the Operations Guide for more information.

IssueHow the reports and logs are transferred to RSA Data Central
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