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RE: Symantec AV reporting metrics. Jun 05 2006 08:30PM
Serge Vondandamo (serge vondandamo wanadoo fr)
Sekure and all,

Thanks but we don't have version 10.1 and unfortunately, I have to find a
way to report with the versions we have. I may suggest to upgrade but that
will not be possible now - IT Ops folks and other IS Managers will be
difficult to convince - given the heavy IT Governance and change process we
have in place.

We currently have version 8 in few sites, version 9 and 10 in the majority
of the sites.

Paul, your pointers are more than welcome!!!


-----Message d'origine-----
De : sekure [mailto:sekure (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Envoyé : lundi 5 juin 2006 20:51
À : Serge Vondandamo
Cc : focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Objet : Re: Symantec AV reporting metrics.

Symantec Corp AV 10.1 has a reporting server module, which provides
pretty pictures for lots of these metrics.

On 6/3/06, Serge Vondandamo <serge.vondandamo (at) wanadoo (dot) fr [email concealed]> wrote:
> All,
> I have been tasked to develop Symantec AV reporting metrics.
> The metrics should help provide visual information (graphs, tables, etc)
> Senior management on weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual basis per
> and WW if needed.
> I am focusing on providing the followings:
> - Number of AV clients per region,
> - Number of AV engines, versions, per region,
> - Information on AV defs per region, frequency of updates, versions of AV
> definitions, age of AV definitions (i.e. two weeks old, two months old,
> old, etc).
> - Status of AV clients per region - i.e. auto-protect enabled or disabled,
> threat found, old definitions, etc.
> - Any other information that will be useful for big boss not interested on
> technical data.
> I am looking for pointers, idea and suggestion from those who have already
> done so; I will not try to re-invent the wheel ;)
> Thanks for your inputs.
> Regards,
> Serge Vondandamo, HND, CISSP, CCNA.

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