External data integration lets you seamlessly assimilate data from an application that is external to CCS and represent the same by leveraging the CCS dashboards and reports.
You can import external data by using any of the following preconfigured data systems:
Symantec CCS Vulnerability Manager
Symantec Data Loss Prevention
Symantec Response Assessment Module
You can also integrate with any third-party application and use the following data connectors to import the required data:
Table: Data connectors for importing external data
ODBC data connector
The ODBC connector lets you import data from an external system that stores data in the databases that support ODBC drivers.
CSV data connector
The CSV connector lets you import data from an external system that stores data in .csv files.
Web Services connector
The Web Services connector lets you import data from an external system that stores data .xml files and can export the data by using APIs.
Before you integrate an external data system and import data by using the ODBC, CSV, or the Web Services connector, you must do the following:
Identify the Asset, Assessment, and Status attributes in the external data.
Identify the schema that you want to use to process the imported data.
Correlate the asset and the status data fields to CCS.
Configure reconciliation rules to add the imported assets to the CCS system.
Configure asset risk aggregation.
See Preparing for external data integration.
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