What is Threat Grid appliance?

A Threat Grid appliance delivers on-premises advanced malware analysis with deep threat analytics and content. Threat Grid’s detailed reports, including the identification of important behavioral indicators and the assignment of threat scores, let you quickly prioritize and recover from advanced attacks.

How do I get a Cisco threat Grid API?

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  1. Threat Grid Basics. byCisco. Scripts that cover the basics of interacting with the Threat Grid API.
  2. Working with Tags. byCisco. Scripts to leverage tagging capabilities of Threat Grid.
  3. Bulk Submit. byCisco.
  4. Sample Collection. byCisco.
  5. Rate Limit Check. byCisco.
  6. Indicator to IPs and Domains. byCisco.

Which function is the primary function of Cisco AMP threat grid?

The AMP Threat Grid appliance delivers context-driven security analytics to accurately identify attacks, in near real time. Files are analyzed and correlated against hundreds of millions of other analyzed malware artifacts to provide a global view of malware attacks, campaigns, and their distribution.

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How do I find my Threat Grid API key?

Log into your Cisco AMP Threat Grid dashboard, and select your account details. Under your Account Details, an API key may already be visible if you’ve created one already. If you haven’t, click Generate New API Key.

How does Cisco Threat Grid work?

Cisco Threat Grid is a unified threat intelligence and malware analysis platform, which is tightly integrated with Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) solution. It performs automated static and dynamic analysis, producing human-readable reports with behavioral indicators for each file submitted.

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