New to SecureX
Before you begin
Theat Response does not use a SecureX sign-on account. Instead, Threat Response uses either a Cisco Security Account or a Threat Grid account. So, if you create and sign in with a SecureX sign-on account, the modules and users you have already set up in Threat Response will not appear in SecureX.
So, if you’re already using Threat Response, keep using the same account for SecureX. But if you don't have an existing Threat Response organization in use with modules already set up, you can use a SecureX sign-on account to connect to Cisco products such as AMP, Cisco Defense Orchestrator, Cloudlock, Meraki, Stealthwatch Cloud, and Umbrella.
We are planning to update Cisco Security Accounts to SecureX sign-on starting in May 2021.
Go to https://security.cisco.com.
Choose your geographical region.
Are you an existing user of AMP for Endpoints or Threat Response and also have a Threat Response instance with existing modules? If yes to both, skip to Step 7.
Are you an existing user of Threat Grid? If yes, skip to Step 8.
Do you have a SecureX sign-on account? If yes, skip to Step 9.
Otherwise, click Create an Account to create a SecureX sign-on account.
Click SecureX via Cisco Security Account and sign in with your Cisco Security Account. Skip to Step 10.
Click SecureX via Cisco Threat Grid and sign in with your Threat Grid account. Skip to Step 10.
Click SecureX via SecureX Sign-On and sign in with your SecureX sign-on account.
Welcome to SecureX!
What to do next
Once you're signed in to SecureX, you can customize your environment, including:
configuring product integration modules
configuring multiple dashboards
configuring dashboard tiles
activating SecureX orchestration
inviting users to SecureX