Set up IoT Security and XSOAR for Tenable Integration
Set up IoT Security and Cortex XSOAR to integrate with
Log in to IoT Security and from there
access Tenable settings in Cortex XSOAR.
Log in to IoT Security and then click
IoT Security uses Cortex XSOAR to integrate with Tenable,
and the settings you must configure to integrate with it are in
the XSOAR interface. To access these settings, click
The Cortex XSOAR interface opens
in a new browser window.
in the left navigation
menu, search for
to locate it among
Edit the settings for PANW IoT 3rd Party Tenable Integration
Click the active integration instance settings
) to open the
Enter the following settings and leave the others at their
: Use the default
name of the integration instance.
Do not change the
default integration instance name. The XSOAR jobs that support vulnerability
scans from the Device Details page in the IoT Security portal rely
on XSOAR playbooks that refer to this integration instance name
: Paste the access key text string that you previously
copied and saved.
the secret key text string that you previously copied and saved.
When finished, click
the test is successful, a Success message appears. If not, check
that the settings were entered correctly and then test the configuration
After the test succeeds, click
Save & exit
save your changes and close the settings panel.
To enable PANW IoT 3rd Party Tenable Integration Instance,
) Create more integration instances
to retrieve vulnerability scan reports from additional Tenable accounts.
To create another integration instance, repeat the previous
steps, entering a unique name for the new instance and different
settings as appropriate for your other Tenable account.
integration instances are useful in XSOAR jobs that retrieve vulnerability
scan reports incrementally and in bulk from multiple Tenable accounts.
For more information, see Get Vulnerability Scan Reports from Tenable.
Return to the IoT Security portal and check the status
of the Tenable integration instance.
When you see that the status of the Tenable instance—or
instances if you configured and enabled more than one—has changed
the IoT Security/Cortex XSOAR setup is complete.