Reports on information your security system
posted to it's journal log
Informs you as to what actually was accessed based on your security system's definitions.
Provides consolidated reporting across multiple discrete or shared security systems
even in mixed security system environments (CA-ACF2*, IBM-RACF*).
For example, a single report could contain security events and data for multiple systems,
which may be running any supported security product.
Reporting designed for Security Professionals and those responsible for the secured resources - Security Log
Journal data are normalized and stored within its own specially designed Security Masterfile database,
providing an easy-to-use method for retrieval of important security information in a useful format.
Repeated events may be summarized and condensed to single entries with an occurrence count.
Summarized report entries are easily expandable when needed and allow for Trend and Statistical Analysis
Reporting over an extended period of time.
Event Reporting provides easy-to-read modifiable and fixed reports.
Report data grouping
Security data may be grouped within logical groupings,
providing the means to relate various resources,
users and sources to meaningful groups that may be used as part of the report selection criteria.
Groups may also be related to "Resource Owners", which provides even higher grouping capabilities.
A single report may be run in distribution mode.
Each data owner would receive a customized report that shows all security reporting related specific owners.
This includes resources, users and sources.
These reports could be routed to their recipients both manually or using any SYSOUT report management facility.
Report formatting may be customized in the type of data presented by specifying Masterfile datanames
and the actual data itself by specifying the desired criterion (such as using IF and WHEN statements).
Some reports, by design, cannot be modified in order to address auditing requirements,
while others are completely customizable.
Sort and page break logic capability allows greater flexibility when designing custom reports.
Some fields may be formatted in alternate formats.
For example, the date may be formatted in either USA (mm/dd/yy) or International (dd/mm/yy) formats,
with the century in the classic two-character or the full four-character format.
Report Data and Download capability
Reports output may be easilly be in different formats that lend themselves to particular applixcations.
Classical mainframe print format
CSV (Comma Separated Values) format for downloading into PC applications
HTML format that may be viewed on any web browser
ASCII format that may be processeed or printed directly by PC workstations
More Information about E-SRF
E-SRF Product Information
E-SRF Access Analysis Module
E-SRF Version 2.4.4 Product Announcement (PDF)
E-SRF Brochure (PDF)
E-SRF General Information Guide (PDF)
Sample reports on journalized events for CA-ACF2 and IBM-RACF (PDF)
PTFs, Product Support Status, and Compatibility Information
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