Cross Company Integration
This section explains the functions in Incident Responder > Cross Company Integration. You will see basic functions such as adding Cross Company Integration, editing, disabling deleting and an existing integration in the Incident Responder.
To access all the sections described in this document, go to Incident Responder > Cross Company Integration, Incident Responder > Integrations, and Company > Company Settings.
The steps detailed below are explained by exemplary companies such as Company A and Company B.

Steps to Create Rest API Client ID and Client Secret

Please complete the following steps to create the Rest API Client ID and Client Secret.
The platform client (Company A) who will grant permission for the use of their integrations should visit the menu Company > Company Settings. On this page, the Rest API tab is clicked. Click on the New button on the page, then fill in the following fields:
Client Name
Enter the name of the customer for which the API is provided.
Client ID
Client ID information is created automatically. Please save this information.
Client Secret
Client Secret information is created automatically. Please save this information.
IP Restriction
Use this menu to define an IP restriction for access.
Client Role
The created API Key will have the relevant privileges for the user role it was created for. You can only define a Custom Role for Cross Company Integration.

How to Add Cross Company Integration?

By using the Client ID and Client Secret information shared by Company A of Company B, which will receive integration service from Company A, it can be integrated on the Incident Responder platform by following the steps below, and the capabilities of the analysis products used by Company A can be utilized.
In order to receive service from Company A, Company B must use the Client ID and Client Secret information shared by Company A. For this, by following the steps below on the Incident Responder platform, the products used by Company A and the analysis capabilities of these products can be integrated into Company B’s profile.
Click the New button on the relevant page, then fill in the fields:
Name
Name of the Integration.
Description
Description of the integration.
Integration Type
Select Cross Company Integration.
API URL
The URL address of Cross Company Integration is defined automatically. Please do not change it except in special circumstances.
Client ID
Define the Client ID information.
Client Secret
Define the Client Secret information.
Test Connection
Make sure that the Client ID and Client Secret information are working correctly with the Test Connection button.
Tags
Tag can be specified optionally for Cross Company Integration.
Proxy
You can choose the proxy server that the platform will use for the connections to the integration. If not, leave Default.
URLs
URL analysis capability is enabled by default, you can disable it if needed.
Sender IP
Sender IP analysis capability is active by default, it can be disabled if needed.
Attachments
URL analysis capability is enabled by default, you can disable it if needed. Optionally, you can add to the scanning process by selecting the “Upload PE files” and “Upload other file types” fields.
Status
Integration is active by default, you can disable the integration if needed.
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