Secure File Transfer Protocol OverviewResources Applies to: Secure File Transfer Protocol Overview SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure file transfer protocol. It runs over the SSH protocol. It supports the full security and authentication functionality of SSH. EventTracker helps to monitor User authenticated, user request open session, user request close session, user request remove session, file opened, file upload started, and successfully stored file. EventTracker Knowledge Pack for Secure File Transfer Protocol allows you to monitor the following components: - Security – User Activities and File Operations. Once SFTP is configured to deliver events to EventTracker Manager by using rsyslog, knowledge objects and reports can be configured into EventTracker. Previous Next Some of the Knowledge Packs available in EventTracker are listed below. For more information, please refer Integration Guide. Security Reports SFTP- User Activities: This category provides information related to the User password authentication, user open, close and remove sessions. SFTP- File Operations: This category provides information related to file opened, upload started, successfully stored. Scope The configurations detailed in this guide are consistent with EventTracker version 9.x and later, and Secure File Transfer Protocol. Documentation For more information, please refer the SFTP Integration guide.