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Code42 Insider Risk

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Correlate actionable risk insights to speed insider threat response.

Code42 integrates with Splunk to deliver valuable file exfiltration events to custom dashboards for correlation and triage within the Splunk Security Operations Suite.

Code42’s insider risk detection lenses surface insights for subsets of users more likely to put data at risk, such as users with access to proprietary information or departing employees. Extracting this data into dashboards within Splunk provides actionable insights that can be applied to existing SOC workflows to substantiate insider threat investigations and speed response.


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Code42 Incydr Trial

Release Notes

Version 1.3.1
June 2, 2022

Branding updates.

Version 1.3.0
April 8, 2022

Version 1.3.0:

- Support for using a Saved File Event Search as an input filter for the File Exposure input (enabling flexible custom ingest criteria beyond just a minimum riskSeverity threshold).

- The "Newly Added High Risk Users" panel of the dashboard has been updated to track risk activity of users recently added to any Watchlist.

- A bug in Alert and Audit Log input checkpointing that was causing duplicate events to be ingested.

Version 1.2.1
Feb. 1, 2022

Version 1.2.1:

ACTION REQUIRED: To continue ingesting data, you must update your account configuration for API client authentication.

- Support for proxies

- Code42 authentication now uses API Clients (https://code42.com/r/support/splunk-auth) instead of user credentials.
- Alerts input now filters by RiskSeverity instead of Severity. If previously ingesting HIGH Severity alerts, you'll now include HIGH and CRITICAL alerts.
- File Exposure input now filters by RiskScore, enabling ingestion of all event types.

- An issue where the Device Health input triggered rate-limiting on Forensic Search endpoints. A configurable polling rate limit is added to the Device Health input configuration.
- Event checkpointing frequency, improving the ingestion rate.
- A mismatch issue between the High Risk Employee event results drill-down and the dashboard.

Version 1.1.0
Sept. 7, 2021

Version 1.1.0 introduces:

  • Three new Code42 modular inputs:
    -- Alerts
    -- Audit Log
    -- Device Health

  • A new Incydr Overview Dashboard highlighting insider risk activity across your organization.

Version 1.0.1
June 30, 2020

Fixes a problem with the Removable Media dashboard displaying the incorrect information.

Version 1.0.0
June 30, 2020

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