ThreatQ Integration

XGEN SOAR Integration

With cyberattacks and the skills gap getting worse, SOCs can no longer afford to have analysts manually coordinate contextual data. Many analysts personally copy-and-paste hashes, domains, and IPs hundreds of times per day in order to check their reputation. D3’s integration with ThreatQ enables automated enrichment of D3 incidents with precision aggregated threat data for rapid assessment of security events.
ThreatQ Integration

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Integration features

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Enrich D3 incidents with IP, domain, email, and file reputations
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Conduct manual threat intelligence lookups from D3 incidents
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Report indicators to add them to ThreatQ’s knowledgebase
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Automate intelligence gathering

Key Use Case

#1

Automated Enrichment

Analysts are expected to rapidly investigate incidents, without compromising the process. For many, this means manually cross-referencing and copying hashes and other data. Over a year in a SOC, this means hundreds of hours per analyst plus some degree of human error. D3 can automatically query ThreatQ for IOC reputations and other relevant data related to new alerts, enabling instant analysis without changing interfaces.
#2

Potential Phishing Analysis

When a potential phishing email is escalated to D3, either through an email protection system or manually by the recipient, D3 extracts the sender’s domain and the URL of any links in the message. D3 can then look up those extracted indicators in ThreatQ and reveal any associated malicious activity. Based on the result, the D3 user can then trigger a response playbook to block the IP, blacklist the sender, notify the email recipient, and orchestrate any other appropriate actions.
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