Security Lifecycle Review (SLR) is a free
Palo Alto Networks app that requires Cortex Data Lake.
examines the network data in Cortex Data Lake to provide an overview
of your security posture. To use SLR for the first time, you must
activate the SLR app on the hub. When you first activate
SLR, you are creating a single SLR app
each SLR instance must be paired with a Cortex Data Lake instance.
You can create as many instances of the SLR app as you like; for
example, you might create different SLR instances to generate reports
for specific regions or audiences.
Log in to the hub and find the Security
Lifecycle Review (SLR) app listed under
Palo Alto Networks Apps
the SLR app.
Continue to pair this instance of the SLR app with a
Cortex Data Lake instance. SLR findings are based on the data stored
in the Cortex Data Lake instance you choose.
Enter a descriptive
this SLR app instance.
Palo Alto Networks has deployed your Cortex Data Lake infrastructure
(SLR and Cortex Data Lake must be deployed in the same region).
Cortex Data Lake
to pair with SLR. SLR report data is based off the logs forwarded
to this Cortex Data Lake instance.
Agree and Activate
You’ll now see SLR displayed as one of your apps on the hub.