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Proofpoint TAP Modular Input

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Overview
The Proofpoint TAP Modular Input add-on enables a seamless integration between Proofpoint’s Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) service and Splunk. This allows security operations professionals to simplify their workflow by ingesting TAP events for the following scenarios into Splunk:

• Blocked or permitted clicks to threats recognized by Proofpoint URL Defense
• Blocked or delivered messages that contain threats recognized by Proofpoint URL Defense or Proofpoint Attachment Defense

Documentation about the structure and meaning each event produced by the can be found here: https://help.proofpoint.com/Threat_Insight_Dashboard/API_Documentation/SIEM_API

Release Notes

Version 1.3.125
Dec. 5, 2018

This update corrects an issue which could occur when creating a new data input using proxy authentication.

Version 1.3.123
Nov. 1, 2018

This update uses the eventTime attribute as the primary timestamp for events, rather than the messages' or clicks' timestamps. This ensures that older events about newly-recognized threats are consistently surfaced in searches.

Please report any issues you encounter to support@proofpoint.com.

Version 1.3.117
June 21, 2018

This version contains many stability improvements, bug fixes, and logging enhancements. Support for HTTP proxies was added.

Within the Splunk administrative interface, navigate to Settings > Data Inputs. Locate the "Proofpoint TAP SIEM Modular Input" row, and click the "Add New" action. You'll be asked for a name for the input source, your service principal, and secret. In addition, under 'More settings', you'll need to specify an interval in seconds.

The interval determines how frequently your Splunk instance will poll for new events. The recommended setting is 600 seconds, or 10 minutes. Intervals below 300 seconds are not recommended.

You can create a service principal by visiting the Settings page on the TAP Dashboard. (https://threatinsight.proofpoint.com/settings)

Please report any issues you encounter to support@proofpoint.com.

Version 1.0.1
Aug. 24, 2017

This is the initial release of the Proofpoint TAP Modular Input. After installation, you will create an input source retrieve the events. to supply a service principal and secret so that the modular input can authenticate itself to Proofpoint.

Within the Splunk administrative interface, vavigate to Settings > Data Inputs. Locate the "Proofpoint TAP SIEM Modular Input" row, and click the "Add New" action. You'll be asked for a name for the input source, your service principal, and secret. In addition, under 'More settings', you'll need to specify an interval in seconds.

The interval determines how frequently your Splunk instance will poll for new events. The recommended setting is 600 seconds, or 10 minutes. Intervals below 300 seconds are not recommended.

You can create a service principal by visiting the Settings page on the Threat Insight Dashboard. (https://threatinsight.proofpoint.com/settings)

Please report any issues you encounter to support@proofpoint.com.

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