TDR and <Third-Party Tool Name>

Deployment Overview

Threat Detection and Response is a collection of advanced malware defense tools that correlate threat indicators from Fireboxes and Host Sensors to enable real-time, automated response to stop known, unknown, and evasive threats. As part of the TDR solution, you install TDR Host Sensors to provide endpoint protection.

This document includes information about the integration of a TDR Host Sensor with a host that runs <Third-Party Tool>. It does not describe the procedure to set up Threat Detection and Response. For information about how to set up your TDR account, how to enable TDR on a Firebox, and how to install a Host Sensor, see Quick Start — Set Up Threat Detection and Response.

Integration Summary

The TDR Host Sensor and <Third-Party Tool> integration was tested with TDR Host Sensor <version number>.

WatchGuard has tested the integration of the TDR Host Sensor and <Third-Party Tool> with the software versions and environment described in detail below. We confirmed that it is not necessary to add exclusions in TDR or <Third-Party Tool> for these products to operate without conflicts on the same host.

Configuration Details

To complete this deployment, you must have:

  • An active Threat Detection and Response subscription, with Host Sensor licenses
  • <third party tool and version>

The TDR and Fireware versions tested for this deployment included:

  • TDR Host Sensor <version>
  • Firebox with Fireware <version> or higher

The Windows test environment for this deployment included:

  • Windows 7, 8.1, 10 Enterprise 64-bit Operating System
  • Memory (RAM) — 8 GB
  • Processor — 2 CPU Cores

The Mac test environment for this deployment included:

  • macOS 10.13
  • Memory (RAM) — 8 GB
  • Processor — Intel Core i5

For information about the integration testing methodology, see TDR Testing Methodology.