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Ips tech talk global correlation 2010 november 18

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Ips tech talk global correlation 2010 november 18

IPS Tech Talk – Global Correlation2010 November 18

Robert Albach, James Kasper, Chad Rhyner


Agenda

Agenda


Tech talk mechanics how these events will operate

Tech Talk MechanicsHow these events will operate

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Global correlation simple view

Global Correlation – Simple View

Cisco

SensorBase

Akamai

Cisco IPS


Cisco global correlation sensorbase world s largest traffic monitoring network

Cisco Global CorrelationSensorBase: World’s Largest Traffic Monitoring Network

Cisco SensorBase

  • 700,000+ sensors deployed globally

  • 8 of the top 10 global ISPs

  • Over 500GB of data per day

  • 152 third party feeds

  • Over 30% of the world’s email traffic


Cisco global correlation sensor contribution

Cisco Global CorrelationSensor Contribution

Email Security

IPS

Web Security

Firewall

Identifying a global botnet requires complete visibility across all threat vectors


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IPS 7.x Global Correlation - Support

  • Released Spring 2009 as version 7.0(1)

  • Which Devices Can Use Global Correlation:

  • 4240, 4255, 4260, 4270 IPS appliances

  • IDSM2 Cisco Catalyst blades

  • IPS-AIM and IPS-NMEISR modules

  • AIP modules for ASA appliances

  • Which Devices CAN NOT Use Global Correlation:

  • Cisco IOS IPS

  • ASA 5505 with AIP-SSC5 card

  • IPS 4215


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IPS 7.0 Global Correlation - Activities

  • Global Correlation Inspection (GC)

    Use “Reputation” knowledge of Attackers to influence Alarm handling and Denies when there are “Bad Score” attackers seen on the sensor.

  • Reputation Filter (RF)

    Apply automatic deny of packets from known malicious sites.

  • Network Participation (NP)

    Sensor sends sampled and condensed alarm data and statistics to central “IBNP server” for global analysis.


Quick poll

Quick Poll

  • Global Correlation and You…


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Global Correlation in the IPS

  • Fully automatic handling of sensor’s uploads and downloads of this Global Correlation and participation data.

  • Apply intelligent handling to alarms

  • Improve efficacy - the effectiveness of our defensive action handling.

  • Improve protection against known malicious sites (by IP address range) with a fully automatic ingress filter.

  • Share telemetry data with Cisco back-endprocessing to improve visibility of alarms and sensor actions on a global scale. This feeds various analysis tools.


Global correlation in the ips

GLOBAL Correlation in the IPS


Event views reputation

Event views – Reputation


Global correlation in ips monitoring

Global Correlation in IPS Monitoring


Global correlation reputation events

Global Correlation / Reputation - Events


Reporting criteria

Reporting Criteria


Global correlation reputation reports

Global Correlation / Reputation - Reports


Configuring global correlation

Configuring global Correlation


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Configuration Options

  • Service host / network-settings

    DNS-server (primary, secondary, tertiary) OR

    HTTP-Proxy (address and port)

  • Service global-correlation

    Network Participation

    On / Off

    Participation Mode (Partial or Full)

    Global Correlation Inspection

    On / Off

    Influence (parameter to set how aggressive the function behaves)

    Reputation Filter

    On / Off

    Test Global Correlation (audit mode)

    On / Off


Configuration by cli

Configuration by CLI


Global correlation configuration in ips

Global Correlation Configuration in IPS


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Global Correlation Configuration via –

Cisco Security Manager


Connectivity side of global correlation

Connectivity side of Global Correlation


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Automatic GC updates

  • Fully automatic beyond configuration

  • Cisco distributes the update files via Akamai caches for load balancing, redundancy, and locality.

  • Update interval can happen every 5 minutes, as needed.

  • Sensor first gets a “FULL” update of components, then applies “INCREMENTAL” updates periodically (as new updates are available)

    • Initial Full updates range upwards from 2G in size

    • Incremental are typically 100K in size

  • Each data set has a serial #, displayed in the GC stats. This serial # represents the latest dataset loaded by the sensor. This is informational and does not require any user interaction.


Global correlation reputation updates

Global Correlation Reputation Updates

Initiate request to update reputation data through HTTPS request

Sensor gets back a manifest containing the DNS name of a server to get the data from

DNS request returns the nearest Akamai server

Initiate actual data download using HTTP from the Akamai server

CSIO

CiscoCallManager

Servers

Desktop

2 URL list of local Akamai servers is returned

HTTPS://update-manifest.ironport.com

3 ‘Akamaized’ DNS request for nearest server

Internet

1 IPS initiates request to update reputation data

4 IPS initiates actual data download over HTTP

Cisco

IPS

demosensor1# show statistics global

. . . .

Update Server = update-manifests.ironport.com

Update Server Address = 204.15.82.17

Current Versions:

config = 1236210407

drop = 1245425355

ip = 1245424447

rule = 1245348807

Reputation data comes in the form of multiple files (config, drop, ip, rule) that get downloaded as needed during updates


Contributing to global correlation success

Contributing to Global Correlation Success


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Network Participation

  • Per Alarm shows:

    The partial mode telemetry data includes:

    SIGID

    Attacker Address and Port

    Signature Version

    GC Reputation Score

    Risk Rating fields

  • AnalysisEngine GC Stats

    Alerts Hits/Miss

    GC Reputation actions

    Packet Denies counters

  • FULL mode adds: Victim IP and Port


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Network Participation – Configuration via CSM


Csm network participation explanation

CSM Network Participation Explanation


Reputation filtering

Reputation Filtering


Reputation filtering configuration

Reputation Filtering - Configuration


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Reputation Filtering: Deny Filter Processor

  • Deny Attacker addresses registered here.

  • GlobalCorrelationReputationFilter registered here.

  • This is an INGRESS filter, and will drop packets matching deny attacker or RF.

  • Deny Attacker is most aggressive action.

  • Deny Attacker can come from SigEvent action, manual user command, and GC alarm feature.

  • Deny Attacker modes:

    • Axxx: deny-attacker

    • AxBx: deny-attacker-victim-pair

    • Axxb: deny-attacker-service-pair


Global correlation and risk ratings actions

Global Correlation and Risk Ratings / Actions


How is risk rating determined

How is Risk Rating Determined?

  • Risk Rating has multiple contributing inputs.

    • Attack Severity Rating – derived from other inputs (more to come)

    • Target Value Rating – configurable by user

    • Signature Fidelity Rating – pre-set by Cisco for each signature

    • Attack Relevance Rating – derived from other inputs (more to come)

    • Promiscuous Delta – derived value – impacted by IDS mode

    • Watch List Rating – derived from internal list data (more to come)

    • *Global Correlation – (7.0 and later)

+ Risk Delta


Reputation effect on risk rating

Reputation Effect on Risk Rating


Global correlation and risk rating

Global Correlation and Risk Rating

  • For 7.0+ releases you have access to Cisco Global Correlation Reputation data

  • There are three modes that let you determine how aggressively the sensor uses global correlation information to initiate deny actions:

    • Permissive: Modifies standard Risk Rating w Risk Delta (below).

    • Standard: Permissive but uses lower internal overide thresholds.

    • Deny Packet – 86Deny Attacker - 100

    • Aggressive: Standard but uses even lower override thresholds.

    • Deny Packet – 83Deny Attacker - 95

+ Risk Delta


How to global correlation and risk rating

How To:Global Correlation and Risk Rating


Configuring through csm

Configuring Through - CSM


Debugging and detailed metrics

Debugging and Detailed metrics


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Some Debugging Information

  • local network devices

    May have to open up port 443 or proxy port at gateway

  • Statistics of interest

    Show stat analysis-engine

    Show stat global-correlation

  • Show version displays license information.

  • GC license feature requires proper time/date setting.

  • ReputationFilter drops are seen in analysis-engine statistics.


Device detail information global correlation reputation

Device Detail Information – Global Correlation / Reputation


Device detail information global correlation reputation1

Device Detail Information – Global Correlation / Reputation


What might be some limitations

What might be some limitations?

  • IPS location may make a difference.

  • Example:

    • If inspecting only internal traffic then external reputation data may not have much meaning (Global Correlation) less impact but my internal watch list info is a better fit.


Global correlation summary

Global Correlation Summary

  • Global Correlation helps you to:

    • Reduces traffic with Reputation Filters prior to deep inspection

    • Influences actions taken by the IPS by altering Risk Ratings

    • Global Correlation is easy:

      • Downloads are automated and simple to set up

    • Global Correlation is made better by you!

      • Your participation improves yours and others identification of attackers and bad sites


Quick poll1

Quick Poll

  • Global Correlation and You…


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