Cisco Stealthwatch connector for Microsoft Sentinel

The Cisco Stealthwatch data connector provides the capability to ingest Cisco Stealthwatch events into Microsoft Sentinel.

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Connector attributes

Connector attribute Description
Log Analytics table(s) Syslog (StealthwatchEvent)
Data collection rules support Workspace transform DCR
Supported by Microsoft Corporation

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Vendor installation instructions


This data connector depends on a parser based on a Kusto Function to work as expected StealthwatchEvent which is deployed with the Microsoft Sentinel Solution.


This data connector has been developed using Cisco Stealthwatch version 7.3.2

  1. Install and onboard the agent for Linux or Windows

Install the agent on the Server where the Cisco Stealthwatch logs are forwarded.

Logs from Cisco Stealthwatch Server deployed on Linux or Windows servers are collected by Linux or Windows agents.

  1. Configure Cisco Stealthwatch event forwarding

Follow the configuration steps below to get Cisco Stealthwatch logs into Microsoft Sentinel.

  1. Log in to the Stealthwatch Management Console (SMC) as an administrator.

  2. In the menu bar, click Configuration > Response Management.

  3. From the Actions section in the Response Management menu, click Add > Syslog Message.

  4. In the Add Syslog Message Action window, configure parameters.

  5. Enter the following custom format: |Lancope|Stealthwatch|7.3|{alarm_type_id}|0x7C|src={source_ip}|dst={target_ip}|dstPort={port}|proto={protocol}|msg={alarm_type_description}|fullmessage={details}|start={start_active_time}|end={end_active_time}|cat={alarm_category_name}|alarmID={alarm_id}|sourceHG={source_host_group_names}|targetHG={target_host_group_names}|sourceHostSnapshot={source_url}|targetHostSnapshot={target_url}|flowCollectorName={device_name}|flowCollectorIP={device_ip}|domain={domain_name}|exporterName={exporter_hostname}|exporterIPAddress={exporter_ip}|exporterInfo={exporter_label}|targetUser={target_username}|targetHostname={target_hostname}|sourceUser={source_username}|alarmStatus={alarm_status}|alarmSev={alarm_severity_name}

  6. Select the custom format from the list and click OK

  7. Click Response Management > Rules.

  8. Click Add and select Host Alarm.

  9. Provide a rule name in the Name field.

  10. Create rules by selecting values from the Type and Options menus. To add more rules, click the ellipsis icon. For a Host Alarm, combine as many possible types in a statement as possible.

Next steps

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