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Learn how to collect SentinelOne log messages and send them to Sumo Logic to be ingested by CSE.

This page has instructions for collecting SentinelOne log messages and sending them to Sumo Logic to be ingested by CSE.

Step 1: Configure collection

In this step, you configure a Cloud Syslog Source to collect SentinelOne log messages. You can configure the source on an existing Hosted Collector or create a new collector. If you’re going to use an existing collector, jump to Configure a Cloud Syslog Source below. Otherwise, create a new collector as described in Configure a Hosted Collector below, and then create the Cloud Syslog Source on the collector.

Configure a Hosted Collector

  1. In the Sumo Logic Platform, select Manage Data > Collection > Collection.
  2. Click Add Collector.
  3. Click Hosted Collector.
  4. The Add Hosted Collector popup appears.
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  5. Name. Provide a Name for the Collector.
  6. Description. (Optional)
  7. Category. Enter a string to tag the output collected from the source. The string that you supply will be saved in a metadata field called _sourceCategory
  8. Fields
    1. If you are planning that all the sources you add to this collector will forward log messages to CSE, click the +Add Field link, and add a field whose name is _siemForward and value is true. This will cause the collector to forward all of the logs collected by all of the sources on the collector to CSE.
    2. If all sources in this collector will be Sentinel One sources, add an additional field with key _parser and value /Parsers/System/SentinelOne/SentinelOne CEF.

Configure a Cloud Syslog Source

  1. In the Sumo Logic web app, select Manage Data > Collection > Collection
  2. Navigate to the Hosted Collector where you want to create the source.
  3. On the Collectors page, click Add Source next to the Hosted Collector.
  4. Select Cloud Syslog
  5. The page refreshes.
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  6. Name. Enter a name for the source. 
  7. Description. (Optional) 
  8. Source Host. (Optional) Enter a string to tag the messages collected from the source. The string that you supply will be saved in a metadata field called _sourceHost.
  9. Source Category. Enter a string to tag the output collected from the source. The string that you supply will be saved in a metadata field called _sourceCategory. Make a note of the source category. You’ll supply it in Step 2 below.
  10. Fields
    1. If you have not configured the Installed Collector to forward all sources in the collector to CSE, click the +Add Field link, and add a field whose name is _siemForward and value is true.
    2. If you have not configured the collector to parse all sources in the collector with the same parser, click the +Add Field link, and add a field whose name is _parser with the value /Parsers/System/SentinelOne/SentinelOne CEF
  11. Click Save.
  12. Make a note of the Token and Host that are displayed. You’ll supply them in Step 2 below.

Step 2: Configure SentinelOne

In this step you configure SentinelOne to send log messages to the Sumo Logic platform. If you have a SentinelOne account, you can follow directions on the SentinelOne Support knowledge base, or the instructions in Step 2 of Collecting Logs for SentinelOne topic.

Step 3: Verify ingestion

In this step, you verify that your logs are successfully making it into CSE. 

  1. Click the gear icon, and select Log Mappings under Incoming Data.
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  2. On the Log Mappings page search for "SentinelOne" and check under Record Volume
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  3. For a more granular look at the incoming records, you can also use the Sumo Logic platform to search for SentinelOne security records.
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