splunk.es.adaptive_response_notable_event module – Manage Splunk Enterprise Security Notable Event Adaptive Responses

Note

This module is part of the splunk.es collection (version 2.0.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install splunk.es.

To use it in a playbook, specify: splunk.es.adaptive_response_notable_event.

New in version 1.0.0: of splunk.es

Synopsis

  • This module allows for creation, deletion, and modification of Splunk Enterprise Security Notable Event Adaptive Responses that are associated with a correlation search

Parameters

Parameter

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asset_extraction

list / elements=string

list of assets to extract, select any one or many of the available choices

defaults to all available choices

Choices:

  • src ← (default)

  • dest ← (default)

  • dvc ← (default)

  • orig_host ← (default)

Default: [“src”, “dest”, “dvc”, “orig_host”]

correlation_search_name

string / required

Name of correlation search to associate this notable event adaptive response with

default_owner

string

Default owner of the notable event, if unset it will default to Splunk System Defaults

default_status

string

Default status of the notable event, if unset it will default to Splunk System Defaults

Choices:

  • unassigned

  • new

  • in progress

  • pending

  • resolved

  • closed

description

string / required

Description of the notable event, this will populate the description field for the web console

drill_down_earliest_offset

string

Set the amount of time before the triggering event to search for related events. For example, 2h. Use “$info_min_time$” to set the drill-down time to match the earliest time of the search

Default: “$info_min_time$”

drill_down_latest_offset

string

Set the amount of time after the triggering event to search for related events. For example, 1m. Use “$info_max_time$” to set the drill-down time to match the latest time of the search

Default: “$info_max_time$”

drill_down_name

string

Name for drill down search, Supports variable substitution with fields from the matching event.

string

Drill down search, Supports variable substitution with fields from the matching event.

identity_extraction

list / elements=string

list of identity fields to extract, select any one or many of the available choices

defaults to all available choices

Choices:

  • user ← (default)

  • src_user ← (default)

Default: [“user”, “src_user”]

investigation_profiles

string

Investigation profile to assiciate the notable event with.

name

string / required

Name of notable event

next_steps

list / elements=string

List of adaptive responses that should be run next

Describe next steps and response actions that an analyst could take to address this threat.

list / elements=string

List of adaptive responses that are recommended to be run next

Identifying Recommended Adaptive Responses will highlight those actions for the analyst when looking at the list of response actions available, making it easier to find them among the longer list of available actions.

security_domain

string

Splunk Security Domain

Choices:

  • access

  • endpoint

  • network

  • threat ← (default)

  • identity

  • audit

severity

string

Severity rating

Choices:

  • informational

  • low

  • medium

  • high ← (default)

  • critical

  • unknown

state

string / required

Add or remove a data source.

Choices:

  • present

  • absent

Examples

- name: Example of using splunk.es.adaptive_response_notable_event module
  splunk.es.adaptive_response_notable_event:
    name: "Example notable event from Ansible"
    correlation_search_name: "Example Correlation Search From Ansible"
    description: "Example notable event from Ansible, description."
    state: "present"
    next_steps:
      - ping
      - nslookup
    recommended_actions:
      - script
      - ansiblesecurityautomation

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