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CCX Add-on for Cisco Secure Endpoint (AMP)

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CyberCX is Australia’s greatest force of cyber security experts. Our highly skilled professional services team operates a 24x7 on-shore security operations centre (SOC) servicing corporate and public sector organisations across Australia and New Zealand, specialising in Security Operations services leveraging Splunk.

The CCX Add-on for Cisco Secure Endpoint (formally Cisco AMP) looks to provide a single field extraction bundle for Cisco Secure Endpoint Logs (AMPQ).
This TA was built using a large dataset and endeavours to be the most CIM compliant comprehensive field extraction TA available for Cisco Secure Endpoint ingested logs via the Cisco AMP for Endpoints API v1 event_stream using the (AMQP) protocol.

Fully compatible with Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud, built by an Ops team for Ops teams.

- This TA currently supports logtypes tagged under the following CIM datamodels: Alerts, Change, Malware, Intrusion Detection (IDS), and Vulnerabilities.

Release Notes

Version 1.0.2
June 17, 2022

- Log ingestion via the Cisco AMP link below:

Data can be consumed via bunny


ConsumeAMQP professor for Apache NiFi


Splunk Cloud Victoria Experience (non-ES) - ingestion via HTTP Event Collector (HEC):
- The CCX Add-on for Cisco Secure Endpoint should be installed on the AdHoc Search Head (default sourcetype - cisco:secureendpoint).

Splunk Cloud Victoria Experience (ES) - ingestion via HTTP Event Collector (HEC) configured on the AdHoc search head:
- The CCX Add-on for Cisco Secure Endpoint when installed on the AdHoc it is replicated by default to the ES Search Head (default sourcetype - cisco:secureendpoint).

Splunk Cloud Classic or Splunk Enterprise ingestion via HTTP Event Collector (HEC):
- The CCX Add-on for Cisco Secure Endpoint should be installed on Search Heads, and Forwarder (HF) (default sourcetype - cisco:secureendpoint).

*In case logs are forwarded via UF this Add-on should be installed on the IDXs (default sourcetype - cisco:secureendpoint).

Known issues:
- (none)

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