REST Resource: organizations.sources.findings

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Resource: Finding

Security Command Center finding.

A finding is a record of assessment data like security, risk, health, or privacy, that is ingested into Security Command Center for presentation, notification, analysis, policy testing, and enforcement. For example, a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in an App Engine application is a finding.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "parent": string,
  "resourceName": string,
  "state": enum (State),
  "category": string,
  "externalUri": string,
  "sourceProperties": {
    string: value,
    ...
  },
  "securityMarks": {
    object (SecurityMarks)
  },
  "eventTime": string,
  "createTime": string,
  "severity": enum (Severity),
  "canonicalName": string,
  "mute": enum (Mute),
  "findingClass": enum (FindingClass),
  "indicator": {
    object (Indicator)
  },
  "vulnerability": {
    object (Vulnerability)
  },
  "muteUpdateTime": string,
  "externalSystems": {
    string: {
      object (ExternalSystem)
    },
    ...
  },
  "mitreAttack": {
    object (MitreAttack)
  },
  "access": {
    object (Access)
  },
  "connections": [
    {
      object (Connection)
    }
  ],
  "muteInitiator": string,
  "processes": [
    {
      object (Process)
    }
  ],
  "contacts": {
    string: {
      object (ContactDetails)
    },
    ...
  },
  "compliances": [
    {
      object (Compliance)
    }
  ],
  "parentDisplayName": string,
  "description": string,
  "exfiltration": {
    object (Exfiltration)
  },
  "iamBindings": [
    {
      object (IamBinding)
    }
  ],
  "nextSteps": string,
  "containers": [
    {
      object (Container)
    }
  ],
  "kubernetes": {
    object (Kubernetes)
  },
  "database": {
    object (Database)
  },
  "files": [
    {
      object (File)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
name

string

The relative resource name of this finding. See: https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names#relative_resource_name Example: "organizations/{organization_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}"

parent

string

The relative resource name of the source the finding belongs to. See: https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names#relative_resource_name This field is immutable after creation time. For example: "organizations/{organization_id}/sources/{source_id}"

resourceName

string

For findings on Google Cloud resources, the full resource name of the Google Cloud resource this finding is for. See: https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names#full_resource_name When the finding is for a non-Google Cloud resource, the resourceName can be a customer or partner defined string. This field is immutable after creation time.

state

enum (State)

The state of the finding.

category

string

The additional taxonomy group within findings from a given source. This field is immutable after creation time. Example: "XSS_FLASH_INJECTION"

externalUri

string

The URI that, if available, points to a web page outside of Security Command Center where additional information about the finding can be found. This field is guaranteed to be either empty or a well formed URL.

sourceProperties

map (key: string, value: value (Value format))

Source specific properties. These properties are managed by the source that writes the finding. The key names in the sourceProperties map must be between 1 and 255 characters, and must start with a letter and contain alphanumeric characters or underscores only.

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.

securityMarks

object (SecurityMarks)

Output only. User specified security marks. These marks are entirely managed by the user and come from the SecurityMarks resource that belongs to the finding.

eventTime

string (Timestamp format)

The time the finding was first detected. If an existing finding is updated, then this is the time the update occurred. For example, if the finding represents an open firewall, this property captures the time the detector believes the firewall became open. The accuracy is determined by the detector. If the finding is later resolved, then this time reflects when the finding was resolved. This must not be set to a value greater than the current timestamp.

A timestamp in RFC3339 UTC "Zulu" format, with nanosecond resolution and up to nine fractional digits. Examples: "2014-10-02T15:01:23Z" and "2014-10-02T15:01:23.045123456Z".

createTime

string (Timestamp format)

The time at which the finding was created in Security Command Center.

A timestamp in RFC3339 UTC "Zulu" format, with nanosecond resolution and up to nine fractional digits. Examples: "2014-10-02T15:01:23Z" and "2014-10-02T15:01:23.045123456Z".

severity

enum (Severity)

The severity of the finding. This field is managed by the source that writes the finding.

canonicalName

string

The canonical name of the finding. It's either "organizations/{organization_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}", "folders/{folder_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}" or "projects/{project_number}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}", depending on the closest CRM ancestor of the resource associated with the finding.

mute

enum (Mute)

Indicates the mute state of a finding (either muted, unmuted or undefined). Unlike other attributes of a finding, a finding provider shouldn't set the value of mute.

findingClass

enum (FindingClass)

The class of the finding.

indicator

object (Indicator)

Represents what's commonly known as an Indicator of compromise (IoC) in computer forensics. This is an artifact observed on a network or in an operating system that, with high confidence, indicates a computer intrusion. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indicator_of_compromise

vulnerability

object (Vulnerability)

Represents vulnerability-specific fields like cve and cvss scores. CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (https://cve.mitre.org/about/)

muteUpdateTime

string (Timestamp format)

Output only. The most recent time this finding was muted or unmuted.

A timestamp in RFC3339 UTC "Zulu" format, with nanosecond resolution and up to nine fractional digits. Examples: "2014-10-02T15:01:23Z" and "2014-10-02T15:01:23.045123456Z".

externalSystems

map (key: string, value: object (ExternalSystem))

Output only. Third party SIEM/SOAR fields within SCC, contains external system information and external system finding fields.

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.

mitreAttack

object (MitreAttack)

MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques related to this finding. See: https://attack.mitre.org

access

object (Access)

Access details associated with the finding, such as more information on the caller, which method was accessed, and from where.

connections[]

object (Connection)

Contains information about the IP connection associated with the finding.

muteInitiator

string

Records additional information about the mute operation, for example, the mute configuration that muted the finding and the user who muted the finding.

processes[]

object (Process)

Represents operating system processes associated with the Finding.

contacts

map (key: string, value: object (ContactDetails))

Output only. Map containing the points of contact for the given finding. The key represents the type of contact, while the value contains a list of all the contacts that pertain. Please refer to: https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/managing-notification-contacts#notification-categories

{
  "security": {
    "contacts": [
      {
        "email": "person1@company.com"
      },
      {
        "email": "person2@company.com"
      }
    ]
  }
}

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.

compliances[]

object (Compliance)

Contains compliance information for security standards associated to the finding.

parentDisplayName

string

Output only. The human readable display name of the finding source such as "Event Threat Detection" or "Security Health Analytics".

description

string

Contains more details about the finding.

exfiltration

object (Exfiltration)

Represents exfiltrations associated with the finding.

iamBindings[]

object (IamBinding)

Represents IAM bindings associated with the finding.

nextSteps

string

Steps to address the finding.

containers[]

object (Container)

Containers associated with the finding. This field provides information for both Kubernetes and non-Kubernetes containers.

kubernetes

object (Kubernetes)

Kubernetes resources associated with the finding.

database

object (Database)

Database associated with the finding.

files[]

object (File)

File associated with the finding.

State

The state of the finding.

Enums
STATE_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified state.
ACTIVE The finding requires attention and has not been addressed yet.
INACTIVE The finding has been fixed, triaged as a non-issue or otherwise addressed and is no longer active.

SecurityMarks

User specified security marks that are attached to the parent Security Command Center resource. Security marks are scoped within a Security Command Center organization -- they can be modified and viewed by all users who have proper permissions on the organization.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "marks": {
    string: string,
    ...
  },
  "canonicalName": string
}
Fields
name

string

The relative resource name of the SecurityMarks. See: https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names#relative_resource_name Examples: "organizations/{organization_id}/assets/{asset_id}/securityMarks" "organizations/{organization_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}/securityMarks".

marks

map (key: string, value: string)

Mutable user specified security marks belonging to the parent resource. Constraints are as follows:

  • Keys and values are treated as case insensitive
  • Keys must be between 1 - 256 characters (inclusive)
  • Keys must be letters, numbers, underscores, or dashes
  • Values have leading and trailing whitespace trimmed, remaining characters must be between 1 - 4096 characters (inclusive)

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.

canonicalName

string

The canonical name of the marks. Examples: "organizations/{organization_id}/assets/{asset_id}/securityMarks" "folders/{folder_id}/assets/{asset_id}/securityMarks" "projects/{project_number}/assets/{asset_id}/securityMarks" "organizations/{organization_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}/securityMarks" "folders/{folder_id}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}/securityMarks" "projects/{project_number}/sources/{source_id}/findings/{findingId}/securityMarks"

Severity

The severity of the finding.

Enums
SEVERITY_UNSPECIFIED This value is used for findings when a source doesn't write a severity value.
CRITICAL

Vulnerability: A critical vulnerability is easily discoverable by an external actor, exploitable, and results in the direct ability to execute arbitrary code, exfiltrate data, and otherwise gain additional access and privileges to cloud resources and workloads. Examples include publicly accessible unprotected user data and public SSH access with weak or no passwords.

Threat: Indicates a threat that is able to access, modify, or delete data or execute unauthorized code within existing resources.

HIGH

Vulnerability: A high risk vulnerability can be easily discovered and exploited in combination with other vulnerabilities in order to gain direct access and the ability to execute arbitrary code, exfiltrate data, and otherwise gain additional access and privileges to cloud resources and workloads. An example is a database with weak or no passwords that is only accessible internally. This database could easily be compromised by an actor that had access to the internal network.

Threat: Indicates a threat that is able to create new computational resources in an environment but not able to access data or execute code in existing resources.

MEDIUM

Vulnerability: A medium risk vulnerability could be used by an actor to gain access to resources or privileges that enable them to eventually (through multiple steps or a complex exploit) gain access and the ability to execute arbitrary code or exfiltrate data. An example is a service account with access to more projects than it should have. If an actor gains access to the service account, they could potentially use that access to manipulate a project the service account was not intended to.

Threat: Indicates a threat that is able to cause operational impact but may not access data or execute unauthorized code.

LOW

Vulnerability: A low risk vulnerability hampers a security organization's ability to detect vulnerabilities or active threats in their deployment, or prevents the root cause investigation of security issues. An example is monitoring and logs being disabled for resource configurations and access.

Threat: Indicates a threat that has obtained minimal access to an environment but is not able to access data, execute code, or create resources.

Mute

Mute state a finding can be in.

Enums
MUTE_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified.
MUTED Finding has been muted.
UNMUTED Finding has been unmuted.
UNDEFINED Finding has never been muted/unmuted.

FindingClass

Represents what kind of Finding it is.

Enums
FINDING_CLASS_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified finding class.
THREAT Describes unwanted or malicious activity.
VULNERABILITY Describes a potential weakness in software that increases risk to Confidentiality & Integrity & Availability.
MISCONFIGURATION Describes a potential weakness in cloud resource/asset configuration that increases risk.
OBSERVATION Describes a security observation that is for informational purposes.
SCC_ERROR Describes an error that prevents some SCC functionality.

Indicator

Represents what's commonly known as an Indicator of compromise (IoC) in computer forensics. This is an artifact observed on a network or in an operating system that, with high confidence, indicates a computer intrusion. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indicator_of_compromise

JSON representation
{
  "ipAddresses": [
    string
  ],
  "domains": [
    string
  ],
  "signatures": [
    {
      object (ProcessSignature)
    }
  ],
  "uris": [
    string
  ]
}
Fields
ipAddresses[]

string

List of IP addresses associated with the finding.

domains[]

string

List of domains associated with the finding.

signatures[]

object (ProcessSignature)

The list of matched signatures indicating that the given process is present in the environment.

uris[]

string

The list of URIs that are associated with a finding.

ProcessSignature

Indicates what signature matched this process.

JSON representation
{

  // Union field signature can be only one of the following:
  "memoryHashSignature": {
    object (MemoryHashSignature)
  },
  "yaraRuleSignature": {
    object (YaraRuleSignature)
  }
  // End of list of possible types for union field signature.
}
Fields

Union field signature.

signature can be only one of the following:

memoryHashSignature

object (MemoryHashSignature)

Signature indicating that a binary family was matched.

yaraRuleSignature

object (YaraRuleSignature)

Signature indicating that a YARA rule was matched.

MemoryHashSignature

A signature corresponding to memory page hashes.

JSON representation
{
  "binaryFamily": string,
  "detections": [
    {
      object (Detection)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
binaryFamily

string

The binary family.

detections[]

object (Detection)

The list of memory hash detections contributing to the binary family match.

Detection

Memory hash detection contributing to the binary family match.

JSON representation
{
  "binary": string,
  "percentPagesMatched": number
}
Fields
binary

string

The name of the binary associated with the memory hash signature detection.

percentPagesMatched

number

The percentage of memory page hashes in the signature that matched.

YaraRuleSignature

A signature corresponding to a YARA rule.

JSON representation
{
  "yaraRule": string
}
Fields
yaraRule

string

The name of the YARA rule.

Vulnerability

Common vulnerability fields, such as cve, cvss, and cwe.

JSON representation
{
  "cve": {
    object (Cve)
  }
}
Fields
cve

object (Cve)

CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (https://cve.mitre.org/about/)

Cve

CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures. More information: https://cve.mitre.org

JSON representation
{
  "id": string,
  "references": [
    {
      object (Reference)
    }
  ],
  "cvssv3": {
    object (Cvssv3)
  },
  "upstreamFixAvailable": boolean
}
Fields
id

string

The unique identifier for the vulnerability, for example, CVE-2021-34527.

references[]

object (Reference)

Additional information about the CVE, for example, https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2021-34527

cvssv3

object (Cvssv3)

Describe Common Vulnerability Scoring System specified at https://www.first.org/cvss/v3.1/specification-document

upstreamFixAvailable

boolean

Whether upstream fix is available for the CVE.

Reference

Additional Links

JSON representation
{
  "source": string,
  "uri": string
}
Fields
source

string

Source of the reference, for example, NVD

uri

string

URI for the source, for example, https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2021-34527.

Cvssv3

Common Vulnerability Scoring System version 3.

JSON representation
{
  "baseScore": number,
  "attackVector": enum (AttackVector),
  "attackComplexity": enum (AttackComplexity),
  "privilegesRequired": enum (PrivilegesRequired),
  "userInteraction": enum (UserInteraction),
  "scope": enum (Scope),
  "confidentialityImpact": enum (Impact),
  "integrityImpact": enum (Impact),
  "availabilityImpact": enum (Impact)
}
Fields
baseScore

number

The base score is a function of the base metric scores.

attackVector

enum (AttackVector)

Base Metrics Represents the intrinsic characteristics of a vulnerability that are constant over time and across user environments. This metric reflects the context by which vulnerability exploitation is possible.

attackComplexity

enum (AttackComplexity)

This metric describes the conditions beyond the attacker's control that must exist in order to exploit the vulnerability.

privilegesRequired

enum (PrivilegesRequired)

This metric describes the level of privileges an attacker must possess before successfully exploiting the vulnerability.

userInteraction

enum (UserInteraction)

This metric captures the requirement for a human user, other than the attacker, to participate in the successful compromise of the vulnerable component.

scope

enum (Scope)

The Scope metric captures whether a vulnerability in one vulnerable component impacts resources in components beyond its security scope.

confidentialityImpact

enum (Impact)

This metric measures the impact to the confidentiality of the information resources managed by a software component due to a successfully exploited vulnerability.

integrityImpact

enum (Impact)

This metric measures the impact to integrity of a successfully exploited vulnerability.

availabilityImpact

enum (Impact)

This metric measures the impact to the availability of the impacted component resulting from a successfully exploited vulnerability.

AttackVector

This metric reflects the context by which vulnerability exploitation is possible.

Enums
ATTACK_VECTOR_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
ATTACK_VECTOR_NETWORK The vulnerable component is bound to the network stack and the set of possible attackers extends beyond the other options listed below, up to and including the entire Internet.
ATTACK_VECTOR_ADJACENT The vulnerable component is bound to the network stack, but the attack is limited at the protocol level to a logically adjacent topology.
ATTACK_VECTOR_LOCAL The vulnerable component is not bound to the network stack and the attacker's path is via read/write/execute capabilities.
ATTACK_VECTOR_PHYSICAL The attack requires the attacker to physically touch or manipulate the vulnerable component.

AttackComplexity

This metric describes the conditions beyond the attacker's control that must exist in order to exploit the vulnerability.

Enums
ATTACK_COMPLEXITY_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
ATTACK_COMPLEXITY_LOW Specialized access conditions or extenuating circumstances do not exist. An attacker can expect repeatable success when attacking the vulnerable component.
ATTACK_COMPLEXITY_HIGH A successful attack depends on conditions beyond the attacker's control. That is, a successful attack cannot be accomplished at will, but requires the attacker to invest in some measurable amount of effort in preparation or execution against the vulnerable component before a successful attack can be expected.

PrivilegesRequired

This metric describes the level of privileges an attacker must possess before successfully exploiting the vulnerability.

Enums
PRIVILEGES_REQUIRED_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
PRIVILEGES_REQUIRED_NONE The attacker is unauthorized prior to attack, and therefore does not require any access to settings or files of the vulnerable system to carry out an attack.
PRIVILEGES_REQUIRED_LOW The attacker requires privileges that provide basic user capabilities that could normally affect only settings and files owned by a user. Alternatively, an attacker with Low privileges has the ability to access only non-sensitive resources.
PRIVILEGES_REQUIRED_HIGH The attacker requires privileges that provide significant (for example, administrative) control over the vulnerable component allowing access to component-wide settings and files.

UserInteraction

This metric captures the requirement for a human user, other than the attacker, to participate in the successful compromise of the vulnerable component.

Enums
USER_INTERACTION_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
USER_INTERACTION_NONE The vulnerable system can be exploited without interaction from any user.
USER_INTERACTION_REQUIRED Successful exploitation of this vulnerability requires a user to take some action before the vulnerability can be exploited.

Scope

The Scope metric captures whether a vulnerability in one vulnerable component impacts resources in components beyond its security scope.

Enums
SCOPE_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
SCOPE_UNCHANGED An exploited vulnerability can only affect resources managed by the same security authority.
SCOPE_CHANGED An exploited vulnerability can affect resources beyond the security scope managed by the security authority of the vulnerable component.

Impact

The Impact metrics capture the effects of a successfully exploited vulnerability on the component that suffers the worst outcome that is most directly and predictably associated with the attack.

Enums
IMPACT_UNSPECIFIED Invalid value.
IMPACT_HIGH High impact.
IMPACT_LOW Low impact.
IMPACT_NONE No impact.

ExternalSystem

Representation of third party SIEM/SOAR fields within SCC.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "assignees": [
    string
  ],
  "externalUid": string,
  "status": string,
  "externalSystemUpdateTime": string
}
Fields
name

string

Full resource name of the external system, for example: organizations/1234/sources/5678/findings/123456/externalSystems/jira folders/1234/sources/5678/findings/123456/externalSystems/jira projects/1234/sources/5678/findings/123456/externalSystems/jira

assignees[]

string

Primary or secondary assignees in the external system.

externalUid

string

Identifier that's used to track the given finding in the external system.

status

string

Most recent status of the corresponding finding's ticket/tracker in the external system.

externalSystemUpdateTime

string (Timestamp format)

The most recent time when the corresponding finding's ticket/tracker was updated in the external system.

A timestamp in RFC3339 UTC "Zulu" format, with nanosecond resolution and up to nine fractional digits. Examples: "2014-10-02T15:01:23Z" and "2014-10-02T15:01:23.045123456Z".

MitreAttack

MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques related to this finding. See: https://attack.mitre.org

JSON representation
{
  "primaryTactic": enum (Tactic),
  "primaryTechniques": [
    enum (Technique)
  ],
  "additionalTactics": [
    enum (Tactic)
  ],
  "additionalTechniques": [
    enum (Technique)
  ],
  "version": string
}
Fields
primaryTactic

enum (Tactic)

The MITRE ATT&CK tactic most closely represented by this finding, if any.

primaryTechniques[]

enum (Technique)

The MITRE ATT&CK technique most closely represented by this finding, if any. primaryTechniques is a repeated field because there are multiple levels of MITRE ATT&CK techniques. If the technique most closely represented by this finding is a sub-technique (e.g. SCANNING_IP_BLOCKS), both the sub-technique and its parent technique(s) will be listed (e.g. SCANNING_IP_BLOCKS, ACTIVE_SCANNING).

additionalTactics[]

enum (Tactic)

Additional MITRE ATT&CK tactics related to this finding, if any.

additionalTechniques[]

enum (Technique)

Additional MITRE ATT&CK techniques related to this finding, if any, along with any of their respective parent techniques.

version

string

The MITRE ATT&CK version referenced by the above fields. E.g. "8".

Tactic

MITRE ATT&CK tactics that can be referenced by SCC findings. See: https://attack.mitre.org/tactics/enterprise/

Enums
TACTIC_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified value.
RECONNAISSANCE TA0043
RESOURCE_DEVELOPMENT TA0042
INITIAL_ACCESS TA0001
EXECUTION TA0002
PERSISTENCE TA0003
PRIVILEGE_ESCALATION TA0004
DEFENSE_EVASION TA0005
CREDENTIAL_ACCESS TA0006
DISCOVERY TA0007
LATERAL_MOVEMENT TA0008
COLLECTION TA0009
COMMAND_AND_CONTROL TA0011
EXFILTRATION TA0010
IMPACT TA0040

Technique

MITRE ATT&CK techniques that can be referenced by SCC findings. See: https://attack.mitre.org/techniques/enterprise/

Enums
TECHNIQUE_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified value.
ACTIVE_SCANNING T1595
SCANNING_IP_BLOCKS T1595.001
INGRESS_TOOL_TRANSFER T1105
NATIVE_API T1106
SHARED_MODULES T1129
COMMAND_AND_SCRIPTING_INTERPRETER T1059
UNIX_SHELL T1059.004
RESOURCE_HIJACKING T1496
PROXY T1090
EXTERNAL_PROXY T1090.002
MULTI_HOP_PROXY T1090.003
DYNAMIC_RESOLUTION T1568
UNSECURED_CREDENTIALS T1552
VALID_ACCOUNTS T1078
LOCAL_ACCOUNTS T1078.003
CLOUD_ACCOUNTS T1078.004
NETWORK_DENIAL_OF_SERVICE T1498
PERMISSION_GROUPS_DISCOVERY T1069
CLOUD_GROUPS T1069.003
EXFILTRATION_OVER_WEB_SERVICE T1567
EXFILTRATION_TO_CLOUD_STORAGE T1567.002
ACCOUNT_MANIPULATION T1098
SSH_AUTHORIZED_KEYS T1098.004
CREATE_OR_MODIFY_SYSTEM_PROCESS T1543
MODIFY_CLOUD_COMPUTE_INFRASTRUCTURE T1578
EXPLOIT_PUBLIC_FACING_APPLICATION T1190
MODIFY_AUTHENTICATION_PROCESS T1556
DATA_DESTRUCTION T1485
DOMAIN_POLICY_MODIFICATION T1484
IMPAIR_DEFENSES T1562
NETWORK_SERVICE_DISCOVERY T1046
ACCESS_TOKEN_MANIPULATION T1134
ABUSE_ELEVATION_CONTROL_MECHANISM T1548

Access

Represents an access event.

JSON representation
{
  "principalEmail": string,
  "callerIp": string,
  "callerIpGeo": {
    object (Geolocation)
  },
  "userAgentFamily": string,
  "serviceName": string,
  "methodName": string,
  "principalSubject": string,
  "serviceAccountKeyName": string,
  "serviceAccountDelegationInfo": [
    {
      object (ServiceAccountDelegationInfo)
    }
}
Fields
principalEmail

string

Associated email, such as "foo@google.com".

The email address of the authenticated user (or a service account acting on behalf of a third party principal) making the request. For third party identity callers, the principalSubject field is populated instead of this field. For privacy reasons, the principal email address is sometimes redacted. For more information, see Caller identities in audit logs.

callerIp

string

Caller's IP address, such as "1.1.1.1".

callerIpGeo

object (Geolocation)

The caller IP's geolocation, which identifies where the call came from.

userAgentFamily

string

Type of user agent associated with the finding, for example, operating system shells and embedded or stand-alone applications.

serviceName

string

This is the API service that the service account made a call to, e.g. "iam.googleapis.com"

methodName

string

The method that the service account called, e.g. "SetIamPolicy".

principalSubject

string

A string that represents the principalSubject that is associated with the identity. Unlike principalEmail, principalSubject supports principals that aren't associated with email addresses, such as third party principals. For most identities, the format is principal://iam.googleapis.com/{identity pool name}/subject/{subject}. Some GKE identities, such as GKE_WORKLOAD, FREEFORM, and GKE_HUB_WORKLOAD, still use the legacy format serviceAccount:{identity pool name}[{subject}].

serviceAccountKeyName

string

The name of the service account key that was used to create or exchange credentials for authenticating the service account that made the request. This is a scheme-less URI full resource name. For example:

"//iam.googleapis.com/projects/{PROJECT_ID}/serviceAccounts/{ACCOUNT}/keys/{key}".

serviceAccountDelegationInfo[]

object (ServiceAccountDelegationInfo)

The identity delegation history of an authenticated service account that made the request. The serviceAccountDelegationInfo[] object contains information about the real authorities that try to access Google Cloud resources by delegating on a service account. When multiple authorities are present, they are guaranteed to be sorted based on the original ordering of the identity delegation events.

Geolocation

Represents a geographical location for a given access.

JSON representation
{
  "regionCode": string
}
Fields
regionCode

string

A CLDR.

ServiceAccountDelegationInfo

Identity delegation history of an authenticated service account.

JSON representation
{
  "principalEmail": string,
  "principalSubject": string
}
Fields
principalEmail

string

The email address of a Google account.

principalSubject

string

A string representing the principalSubject associated with the identity. As compared to principalEmail, supports principals that aren't associated with email addresses, such as third party principals. For most identities, the format will be principal://iam.googleapis.com/{identity pool name}/subject/{subject) except for some GKE identities (GKE_WORKLOAD, FREEFORM, GKE_HUB_WORKLOAD) that are still in the legacy format serviceAccount:{identity pool name}[{subject}]

Connection

Contains information about the IP connection associated with the finding.

JSON representation
{
  "destinationIp": string,
  "destinationPort": integer,
  "sourceIp": string,
  "sourcePort": integer,
  "protocol": enum (Protocol)
}
Fields
destinationIp

string

Destination IP address. Not present for sockets that are listening and not connected.

destinationPort

integer

Destination port. Not present for sockets that are listening and not connected.

sourceIp

string

Source IP address.

sourcePort

integer

Source port.

protocol

enum (Protocol)

IANA Internet Protocol Number such as TCP(6) and UDP(17).

Protocol

IANA Internet Protocol Number such as TCP(6) and UDP(17).

Enums
PROTOCOL_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified protocol (not HOPOPT).
ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol.
TCP Transmission Control Protocol.
UDP User Datagram Protocol.
GRE Generic Routing Encapsulation.
ESP Encap Security Payload.

Process

Represents an operating system process.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "binary": {
    object (File)
  },
  "libraries": [
    {
      object (File)
    }
  ],
  "script": {
    object (File)
  },
  "args": [
    string
  ],
  "argumentsTruncated": boolean,
  "envVariables": [
    {
      object (EnvironmentVariable)
    }
  ],
  "envVariablesTruncated": boolean,
  "pid": string,
  "parentPid": string
}
Fields
name

string

The process name, as displayed in utilities like top and ps. This name can be accessed through /proc/[pid]/comm and changed with prctl(PR_SET_NAME).

binary

object (File)

File information for the process executable.

libraries[]

object (File)

File information for libraries loaded by the process.

script

object (File)

When the process represents the invocation of a script, binary provides information about the interpreter, while script provides information about the script file provided to the interpreter.

args[]

string

Process arguments as JSON encoded strings.

argumentsTruncated

boolean

True if args is incomplete.

envVariables[]

object (EnvironmentVariable)

Process environment variables.

envVariablesTruncated

boolean

True if envVariables is incomplete.

pid

string (int64 format)

The process ID.

parentPid

string (int64 format)

The parent process ID.

File

File information about the related binary/library used by an executable, or the script used by a script interpreter

JSON representation
{
  "path": string,
  "size": string,
  "sha256": string,
  "hashedSize": string,
  "partiallyHashed": boolean,
  "contents": string
}
Fields
path

string

Absolute path of the file as a JSON encoded string.

size

string (int64 format)

Size of the file in bytes.

sha256

string

SHA256 hash of the first hashedSize bytes of the file encoded as a hex string. If hashedSize == size, sha256 represents the SHA256 hash of the entire file.

hashedSize

string (int64 format)

The length in bytes of the file prefix that was hashed. If hashedSize == size, any hashes reported represent the entire file.

partiallyHashed

boolean

True when the hash covers only a prefix of the file.

contents

string

Prefix of the file contents as a JSON encoded string.

EnvironmentVariable

A name-value pair representing an environment variable used in an operating system process.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "val": string
}
Fields
name

string

Environment variable name as a JSON encoded string.

val

string

Environment variable value as a JSON encoded string.

ContactDetails

Details about specific contacts

JSON representation
{
  "contacts": [
    {
      object (Contact)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
contacts[]

object (Contact)

A list of contacts

Contact

Represents a single contact's email address

JSON representation
{
  "email": string
}
Fields
email

string

An email address, for example, "person123@company.com"

Compliance

Contains compliance information about a security standard indicating unmet recommendations.

JSON representation
{
  "standard": string,
  "version": string,
  "ids": [
    string
  ]
}
Fields
standard

string

Industry-wide compliance standards or benchmarks, such as "cis", "pci", and "owasp".

version

string

Version of the standard or benchmark, for example, "1.1"

ids[]

string

Policies within the standard or benchmark, for example, A.12.4.1

Exfiltration

Exfiltration represents a data exfiltration attempt from one or more sources to one or more targets. The sources attribute lists the sources of the exfiltrated data. The targets attribute lists the destinations the data was copied to.

JSON representation
{
  "sources": [
    {
      object (ExfilResource)
    }
  ],
  "targets": [
    {
      object (ExfilResource)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
sources[]

object (ExfilResource)

If there are multiple sources, then the data is considered "joined" between them. For instance, BigQuery can join multiple tables, and each table would be considered a source.

targets[]

object (ExfilResource)

If there are multiple targets, each target would get a complete copy of the "joined" source data.

ExfilResource

Resource where data was exfiltrated from or exfiltrated to.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "components": [
    string
  ]
}
Fields
name

string

The resource's full resource name.

components[]

string

Subcomponents of the asset that was exfiltrated, like URIs used during exfiltration, table names, databases, and filenames. For example, multiple tables might have been exfiltrated from the same CloudSQL instance, or multiple files might have been exfiltrated from the same Cloud Storage bucket.

IamBinding

Represents a particular IAM binding, which captures a member's role addition, removal, or state.

JSON representation
{
  "action": enum (Action),
  "role": string,
  "member": string
}
Fields
action

enum (Action)

The action that was performed on a Binding.

role

string

Role that is assigned to "members". For example, "roles/viewer", "roles/editor", or "roles/owner".

member

string

A single identity requesting access for a Cloud Platform resource, for example, "foo@google.com".

Action

The type of action performed on a Binding in a policy.

Enums
ACTION_UNSPECIFIED Unspecified.
ADD Addition of a Binding.
REMOVE Removal of a Binding.

Container

Container associated with the finding.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "uri": string,
  "imageId": string,
  "labels": [
    {
      object (Label)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
name

string

Name of the container.

uri

string

Container image URI provided when configuring a pod or container. May identify a container image version using mutable tags.

imageId

string

Optional container image ID, if provided by the container runtime. Uniquely identifies the container image launched using a container image digest.

labels[]

object (Label)

Container labels, as provided by the container runtime.

Label

Represents a generic name-value label. A label has separate name and value fields to support filtering with the contains() function. For more information, see Filtering on array-type fields.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "value": string
}
Fields
name

string

Name of the label