Integrating Check Point Open Platform for Security (OPSEC)

Trend Micro Vision One enables sharing of suspicious object data with Check Point Open Platform for Security (OPSEC) through a Service Gateway.

Configure sharing of suspicious object data with this integration through a Service Gateway.

Note:

At least one Service Gateway must be configured to enable integration.

For more information, see Service Gateway Inventory.

  1. Configure settings on your integration.
    Note:

    The following steps were performed using version R80.10 of the Check Point SmartConsole.

    If you are using a different version, refer to the documentation for your version.

    1. On the Check Point SmartConsole, go to SECURITY POLICIES > Access Control > Policy.
    2. Click Add rule above to add a new rule.
    3. To configure the new policy, right-click the action, and then change the action to Accept.
    4. Right-click the source and select Add new items....
    5. Click New > Address Ranges > Address Range....

      The New Address Range dialog appears.

    6. In the Enter Object Name field, type Trend Micro Vision One.
    7. In the First IP address and Last IP address fields, type the Trend Micro Vision One Service Gateway IP address.
    8. Click OK.
    9. Right-click the destination and select Add new items....
    10. Click New > Address Ranges > Address Range....

      The New Address Range dialog appears.

    11. In the Enter Object Name field, type Check Point.
    12. In the First IP address and Last IP address fields, type your Check Point appliance IP address.
    13. Click OK.
    14. Click Install Policy.

      A confirmation dialog appears.

    15. Click Publish & Install.
    16. Click Install.

      Your Check Point appliance is configured to receive suspicious object data from the Trend Micro Vision One Service Gateway.

  2. Configure settings on Trend Micro Vision One.
    1. Go to Administration > Third-Party Integration.
    2. In the Integration column, click Check Point Open Platform for Security (OPSEC).
    3. Click the toggle to enable or disable the integration.
    4. Review the Legal Statement and click Accept or Close to continue.
    5. Under Data Transfer, configure suspicious object data sharing criteria and integration settings.
      1. Frequency: Select the frequency at which suspicious object data is shared.

      2. Action: Select what action Check Point Open Platform for Security (OPSEC) should apply.

      3. Frequency: Select the frequency at which suspicious object data is shared.

      4. Batch size for processing: Select the batch size for processing.

      5. Time before integration process timeout: Select time before the integration process times out.

    6. Under Service Gateway Connection, configure the connection between the Service Gateway and the integration.
      1. Click Connect.

        The Service Gateway Connection panel appears.

      2. Select a Service Gateway.

      3. Configure the integration server settings.

      4. (Optional) Click Test Connection to verify if the settings are valid.

      5. Click Connect.

        The connection configuration is added to the list.

      6. (Optional) Click the Distribute Now icon () to distribute suspicious object data to your Check Point appliance immediately.

    7. Repeat the previous step to add multiple connection configurations for this integration.
    8. Click Save.
  3. (Optional) To view the suspicious object data distributed by the Trend Micro Vision One Service Gateway on the Check Point SmartConsole, do the following.
    1. On the Check Point SmartConsole, click Logs & Monitor on the left pane, and then click the New icon to add a new tab.
    2. On the new tab, click Tunnel & User Monitoring.

      The SmartView Monitor screen appears.

    3. Click the Launch Menu icon, and then select Tools > Suspicious Activity Rules....

      The Enforced Suspicious Activity Rules dialog appears.

    4. At Show On, select your Check Point appliance.
    5. Click Refresh.

      Suspicious object data distributed by the Trend Micro Vision One Service Gateway is displayed.