Box

Panther can pull audit events from the Box Events API every 1 minute intervals for real-time detection.

In order for Panther to access the API you will need to create a new Box App and provide its credentials to Panther.

Create a New Box Source in Panther

  1. Login to your Panther account

  2. Go to Log analysis > Sources from the sidebar menu

  3. Click Add Source

  4. Select Box from the list of available types

  5. Enter a name for the source (e.g. My Box logs), then click Next

  6. On the next, click the Copy link to the redirect URL. You'll need this in the next step.

Create a New Box App

For security and availability reasons, we recommend creating a new Box App solely for Panther. Make sure to copy the redirect URL from this page.

To read events from the entire enterprise account, the Box user performing the following steps must have admin priviledges on the account.

  1. In a new tab, log in to the Box Developer Console‚Äč

  2. Click Create New App

  3. Select Enterprise Integration and click Next

  4. Select Standard OAuth 2.0 (User Authentication) and click Next

  5. Insert a name for your app (e.g. Panther) and click Create App

  6. Click View Your App to configure your new application

  7. Scroll down to the OAuth 2.0 Redirect URI section and paste the redirect URL copied from the previous Panther tab

  8. On the Application Scopes section make sure Manage enterprise properties is selected

  9. Click Save Changes to store the app configuration

Finalize Box onboarding in Panther

  1. Scroll to the OAuth 2.0 Credentials section and copy the Client ID and Client Secret credentials into the Panther onboarding screen.

  2. Click Next. The Client Secret will be stored, encrypted, in Panther backend.

  3. Click Save Source

  4. Click Authorize (you will be redirected to Box)

  5. Click Grant access to Box (you will be redirected back to Panther)

  6. Your new Box Source should be healthy and ready to fetch events from Box!