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LogRhythm and Netskope Security Cloud

Netskope Security Cloud

As logs are ingested into the LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform, the Netskope SRP uses the Netskope RESTful API to add suspicious URLs, files, and SHA-256 hashes to Netskope’s blacklist. This can be performed from custom AI Engine rule sets or manually from the Web Console. The SRP also stores a local copy in the LogRhythm List Manager. If a threat feed indicates questionable browsing habits in LogRhythm, a security analyst can use the Netskope SRP to add the suspicious URL or file to the LogRhythm List and Netskope’s blacklist.

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