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Cisco Threat Response Add-On

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Overview
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Cisco Threat Response Add-On for Splunk provides a custom search command allowing users to query Cisco Treat Response for verdicts of observables within a Splunk instance.

Required API Client Scopes

When creating your API Client in Cisco Threat Response it must have the following scopes
- Enrich
- Inspect

Getting Started

  1. Configure the Cisco Threat Response Add-on by navigating to Cisco Threat Response -> Configuration -> Add-on Settings
    • Enter a Client ID
    • Enter the Client Password
    • Select the appropriate region (EU, US, APJC)
  2. Click Save

Usage

To get a verdict from Threat Response:
... | table <field> | threatresponse verdict = <field>

To get verdicts of observables from multiple fields from Threat Response:
... | eval <new_field_name> = <first_field>." ".<second_field> | table <new_field_name> | threatresponse verdict=<new_field_name>

Release Notes

Version 1.0.0
Oct. 25, 2019

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