Skyhigh Security Secure Web Gateway
You must have the "Network" integrations license pack to use this feature.
You can integrate Skyhigh Security Secure Web Gateway (formerly McAfee Web Gateway) with Sophos Central so that it sends data about web access requests to Sophos.
This integration uses a log collector hosted on a virtual machine (VM). Together they are called a data collector. The data collector receives third-party data and sends it to the Sophos Data Lake.
You can add multiple Secure Web Gateways to the same data collector.
To do this, set up your Skyhigh Security Secure Web Gateway integration in Sophos Central, then configure one gateway to send logs to it. Then configure your other Secure Web Gateways to send logs to the same Sophos data collector.
You don't have to repeat the Sophos Central part of the setup.
The key steps to add an integration are as follows:
- Add an integration for this product. This configures an image to use on a VM.
- Download and deploy the image on your VM. This becomes your data collector.
- Configure Secure Web Gateway to send data to the data collector.
Data collectors have system and network access requirements. To check that you meet them, see Data collector requirements.
Add an integration
To add the integration, do as follows:
- Sign in to Sophos Central.
- Go to Threat Analysis Center > Integrations.
Click Skyhigh Security Secure Web Gateway.
If you've already set up connections to Secure Web Gateway, you see them here.
In Integrations, click Add.
If this is the first integration you've added, we'll ask for details about your internal domains and IPs. See My domains and IPs.
Integration steps appears.
Configure the VM
In Integration steps you configure your VM to receive data from Secure Web Gateway. You can use an existing VM, or create a new one.
To configure the VM, do as follows:
- Enter an integration name and description.
Enter a name and description for the data collector.
If you've already set up a data collector integration you can choose it from a list.
Select the virtual platform. Currently we only support VMware ESXi 6.7 or later, and Microsoft Hyper-V.
You must join the EAP to use Hyper-V.
Specify the IP settings for the Internet-facing network ports. This sets up the management interface for the VM.
Select DHCP to assign the IP address automatically.
If you select DHCP, you must reserve the IP address.
Select Manual to specify network settings.
Select the Syslog IP version and enter the Syslog IP address.
You'll need this syslog IP address later, when you configure Secure Web Gateway to send data to your data collector.
Select a Protocol. For SonicOS integration, this must be TCP.
You must use the same protocol when you configure Secure Web Gateway to send data to your data collector.
We create the integration and it appears in your list.
In the integration details, you can see the port number for the data collector. You'll need this later when you configure Secure Web Gateway to send data to it.
It might take a few minutes for the VM image to be ready.
Deploy the VM
If you're using ESXi, the OVA file is verified with Sophos Central, so it can only be used once. If you have to deploy another VM, you must create an OVA file again in Sophos Central.
Use the VM image to deploy the VM. To do this, do as follows:
- In the list of integrations, in Actions, click the download action for your platform, for example Download OVA for ESXi.
- When the image download finishes, deploy it on your VM. See Deploy a VM for integrations.
When you've deployed the VM, the integration shows as Connected.
Configure Secure Web Gateway
You now configure Secure Web Gateway to send data from its access log to us, using syslog forwarding.
To configure Secure Web Gateway, do as follows:
- In Secure Web Gateway, add a rule that makes access log data available to the syslog daemon.
- Adapt the rsylog.conf system file to let the daemon send data to a syslog server.
You must do this on every Secure Web Gateway you want to send access log data. You can also send other log data.
The data includes the date and time of a web access request, the user who sent the request, the requested URL, and other information.
You must send the data in TCP protocol and CEF format.