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Integration with Other Barracuda Products

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Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response integrates seamlessly with other Barracuda products, including:

  • Barracuda Essentials/Email Security Service
  • Barracuda Content Shield
  • Barracuda Sentinel

The integration of these products requires no additional setup; the products are already aware of each other.

Note that these other Barracuda products enhance the functionality of Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response, but are not required.

Barracuda Essentials/Barracuda Email Security Service

There are multiple points of integration with Barracuda Email Security Service, part of Barracuda Essentials. For more information, refer to Barracuda Email Security Service - Overview .

Reporting Suspicious Emails

There are two methods by which users and administrators can send suspicious messages to Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response:

  • In the Barracuda Email Security Service Message Log, you can mark an email as spam.
  • In the Outlook plugin, you can report an email as suspicious.

This information is displayed in the User-Reported Emails page and is described in  User-Reported Emails .

Reporting a Message as Incorrectly Delivered or Suspicious

In the Message Log

Administrators reviewing message logs within Barracuda Email Security Service might notice that there is suspicious email. Messages marked as Incorrectly Delivered are reported both to Barracuda Central and to Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response where they can be investigated.

To report email as incorrectly delivered, select a message in the Message Log and click Report as Incorrectly Delivered above the message preview.

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For more information, refer to Understanding the Message Log in the Barracuda Email Security Service documentation.

Using the Reporting Button in the Outlook Plugin

Within the Outlook Add-In from Barracuda Essentials, users can report suspicious emails, as shown below. This allows end users to be active participants in reporting phishing and spearphishing emails. These reports go to Barracuda Central and Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response. Administrators of Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response can investigate these end-user reported emails, create incidents, and take corrective action.

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For more information, refer to Barracuda Essentials for Email Security Outlook Add-In.

Creating Sender Policies

As a remediation action, you can choose to quarantine or block future emails from one or more specific senders or from an entire domain. This action creates a policy in Barracuda Email Security Service, marked as originating from Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response.

This remediation action is described as part of the wizard instructions in Creating an Incident .

Users at Risk / Link Protection

The Link Protection feature in Barracuda Email Security Service (part of Barracuda Essentials) is required for the functionality of the Users at Risk feature.

Ensure that the Link Protection feature is turned ON for the appropriate accounts and domains.

Barracuda Content Shield

Blocking Web Traffic

As a remediation action, you can choose to block traffic from an entire domain. This action creates a policy in Barracuda Content Shield , marked as originating from Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response.

This remediation action is described as part of the wizard instructions in Creating an Incident .

Barracuda Sentinel

Barracuda Sentinel calls Barracuda Forensics & Incident Response for the following activity:

Searching for Similar Issues

When viewing the details of an Attack, you can click Search for Similar Issues to find issues similar to the attack you are currently viewing.

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