Detecting brute force access behavior
Brute force access is a common attack vector. You want to monitor your security controls and prove your GDPR compliance by detecting brute force (or password guessing) attacks on GDPR-tagged systems.
Microsoft: Windows Security Logs
How to use Splunk software for this use case
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