Carbon Black CB Response
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Carbon Black CB Response includes scalable, real-time EDR with unfiltered visibility for security operations centers and incident response teams.

The Carbon Black CB Response Adapter connection requires the following parameters:

  1. Carbon Black CB Response Domain – URL / IP of the Carbon Black CB Response admin panel
  2. Username and Password - user credentials.
  3. API Token - To connect to Carbon Black CB Response, you will need to create an API Key in the admin panel
  4. HTTP Proxy (optional) – Ability to configure a proxy specifically to the adapter instead of direct approaching to the domain
  5. Verify SSL – Whether or not verifying the SSL certificate of the server.
  6. Choose Instance - if you are using multi-nodes, choose the Axonius node that is integrated with the adapter. By default, the 'Master' Axonius node (instance) is used. For details, see Connecting Additional Axonius Nodes

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Create an API Key

To create an API Key, do as follows:

  1. As an admin, connect to the Carbon Black CB Response admin panel.
    Click on the user management logo to open the user management tab. Then, click "Teams" and "Create Team":

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  1. Type a name for the new team and drag the relevant group to "Viewer Access". Click "Save Changes":

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  1. Go to "Users" and click "Add User". Fill in the details and assign the user to the team we just created. Optional: If you want to be able to isolate and un-isolate devices from the Axonius control panel, assign the new user to the "Administrators" group:

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  1. Log out of the admin panel and login as the new user. Then, go to "My Profile". Click on API Token to see your API token

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Upload the downloaded JSON in the adapter configuration and the Carbon Black CB Response adapter is configured.

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