Submenu - Anomaly Shield Triggers & Rules
Submenu - Anomaly_Shield_Triggers_and_Rules

Airlock Anomaly Shield uses trigger presets that can be selected for individual applications.

Subsection – Triggers

Use the + button to add one or more triggers. This will open a new view with the subsections Trigger and Patterns.

  • Subsection – Trigger
  • Add an AAS Trigger
  • Name – here, a unique self-speaking name for this trigger has to be added.
  • Tenant – add tenants to allow tenancy access.
  • Minimal Bit Count – the threshold for the minimal number of anomaly indicators that have to show anomalous behavior to activate the trigger. It can be combined with Patterns.
  • The Minimal Bit Count is a threshold that is evaluated on top of the anomaly indicator patterns. When patterns have been configured, a trigger is only activated if any of the configured indicator patterns match and the bit count threshold is reached.

  • Subsection – Patterns
  • Use the + button to add one or more patterns.
  • Add AAS Patterns
  • A pattern is formed by 6 different anomaly indicators. Each indicator can be configured by mouse click to be:
  • Icon - Gray dot - OFF
    (grey dot) Disabled – this indicator is ignored
    Icon - Green dot - ON
    (green dot) Normal – indicator shows normal behavior
    Icon - Red dot
    (red dot) Anomalous – indicator shows suspicious behavior

Subsection – Rules

Starting from the initial submenu view Anomaly Shield Triggers & Rules, use the + button to add one or more rules. This will open a new view Anomaly Shield Rule with the section Rule.

View Anomaly Shield Rule
  • Name – here, a unique self-speaking name for this rule has to be added.
  • Tenant – add tenants to allow tenancy access.
  • Triggers – one or more triggers can be selected.
  • Actions (when the rule is triggered):
    • Log incident – enable/disable incident logging.
    • Tag session as anomalous – enable/disable anomalous tag to log incident (WR-SG-NMLY-401).
    • Terminate session – enable/disable session termination.
    • Block IP – enable/disable IP blocking.

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