About the IOC Scan task

An Indicator of Compromise (IOC) is a set of data about an object or activity that indicates unauthorized access to the device (data compromise). For example, repeated unsuccessful attempts to sign in to the system may constitute an Indicator of Compromise. The IOC Scan task lets you detect Indicators of Compromise on the device and perform threat response actions.

IOC files are used to search for IOCs. IOC files contain a set of indicators that are compared to the indicators of an event. If the compared indicators match, the EPP application considers the event to be alert. IOC files must conform to the OpenIOC standard.

Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Optimum provides the following modes for running IOC Scan tasks:

When an IOC is detected on a device, Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Optimum performs the specified response action. The following response actions are available for detected IOCs:

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