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Add an application

A tenant can have up to 10 custom applications.
  1. Log in to the
    Cylance
    console as an administrator. Only administrators can create an application integration.
  2. On the menu bar, click
    Settings > Integrations
    .
  3. Click
    Add Application
    .
  4. Type an application name. This must be unique within your organization.
  5. Select the access privileges for a console data type. Not selecting any checkboxes for a data type means the application does not have access to that data type.
  6. Click
    Save
    .
  7. Copy and paste the application ID and application secret to your API application, or you can click
    OK
    to close the dialog box. You can view the application ID and application secret from the integrations page.
    There are some API operations listed in the Add Application matrix that can be enabled (Global List - Read and Modify; Policy - Write, Modify, and Delete) but are not available with the initial release. These API operations are currently under development and will be available in a future release.
    Data Type
    Description
    BlackBerry Optics
    Commands
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    device commands Include device lockdown (locking a device, retrieving history) and file retrieval (requesting, checking, and getting results).
    BlackBerry Optics
    Detections
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    detection events triggered by the context analysis engine (CAE) allow further automation of analyzing, triaging, and responding to malicious or suspicious activity prevented or detected by
    BlackBerry Optics
    .
    BlackBerry Optics
    Exception
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    detection exceptions add exceptions to detection rules.
    BlackBerry Optics
    Focus Views
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    focus views retrieve an information trail starting with the first event related to an artifact from an InstaQuery result or
    BlackBerry Protect Desktop
    event.
    BlackBerry Optics
    Focus Views
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    InstaQuery allows searching for system artifacts stored locally by
    BlackBerry Optics
    (for example, files, registry key persistence points, processes, and so on).
    BlackBerry Optics
    Policies
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    settings in a policy require the policy settings to also be enabled.
    BlackBerry Optics
    Rule Sets
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    set of rules are applied to a policy.
    BlackBerry Optics
    Rules
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    detection rules help monitor an organization for security threats or anomalous behavior.
    Devices
    Devices are systems with a
    BlackBerry
    agent installed. You can get information about devices in your organization. You can also update or remove devices from your organization.
    Global List
    Global lists include the safe list and the global quarantine list. Each global list operation has its own set of required and optional request fields.
    Packages Configuration
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    packages are sent and stored on devices.
    BlackBerry Optics
    packages are not sent to devices by default. Devices must receive a command to download a package.
    Packages Deployment
    The
    BlackBerry Optics
    packages are executed on devices.
    Policies
    Policies contain the protection settings applied to devices. Policies allow adding and removing devices instead of needing to manually update each device when you want to change the protection settings.
    Threats
    Threat details provide information about a file as well as reference information about why a file is considered safe or a threat. Use the threats request to get this information.
    Users
    Users have access to the data in the console, based on the role assigned to them. For example, an administrator can see everything in the console, while a user is limited to the zones to which the user is assigned.
    Zones
    Each device belongs to at least one zone. Zones are similar to tags and assist in organizing your devices.