Kaspersky Threat Feed App for Splunk gives you the upper hand in cyberspace, reinforcing your Splunk instance with continuously updated Indicators of Compromise and actionable context, delivering insight into cyberattacks so you can gain a fuller understanding of the intent, capabilities, and targets of your adversaries.
Find out more here: Kaspersky Security Intelligence Services
Note: This application is standalone and does not require additional components or service to operate.
Kaspersky Threat Feed App for Splunk does a number of things to keep you always informed:
∙ Displays information about URLs, IP addresses, and file hashes from events that match Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Data Feeds. Rich contextual information about the incident is passed to the Splunk instance and displayed in the dashboard.
∙ Provides lookup of URLs, IP addresses, and hashes in Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Data Feeds via the Splunk Search field.
∙ Operationalizes threat intelligence for security/SOC teams and assists threat analyst investigations.
∙ Automatically updates Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Data Feeds from Kaspersky Lab to keep them always up to date.
∙ Supports alert templates to inform about trigger conditions.
∙ Supports all security controls used by Splunk as event sources: Firewalls, IPS/IDS, Security Proxies, Anti-Virus solutions, DNS solutions, UTMs and more.
∙ Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Data Feeds customization is supported. For example, the number of records can be decreased.
∙ Predefined and preconfigured macros that can be used for lookups in Data Feeds.
Note: The application contains a certificate for the demo version of Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds. To obtain a certificate for the commercial version of Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds, contact the Kaspersky Cybersecurity Service team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Every record in Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Data Feeds is enriched with actionable context (threat names, timestamps, geolocation, resolved IP addresses of infected web resources, hashes, popularity, and more). Contextual data reveals the bigger picture and enables wide-ranging use of this information. Set in context, this data can be efficiently used to answer the who, what, where, and when of attacks by digital adversaries – helping you to make timely decisions and take targeted, proactive actions.
Note: In case there is a large number of indicators of compromise (IOCs) contained in different commercial or OSINT feeds that you want to import to Splunk and the performance of matching events against IOCs is slow, you can use Kaspersky Threat Feed Service for Splunk. In this case all of your IOCs will not be loaded to your Splunk instance, and instead will be processed by the Service in a separate offline process running on your infrastructure. Since the task of matching events against a large number of IOCs will be offloaded, your Splunk instance will incur a minimal performance hit. In case of a match, rich contextual information about the incident will be passed to the Splunk instance and displayed in the dashboard. Kaspersky Threat Feed Service for Splunk is available here.
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