Using the Panther Python detections repo

This page describes the methods you can use to leverage Panther-managed Python detections in the panther-analysis repository within your CI/CD workflow.

For general information and best practices for Panther detections, and for information on using web application-based workflows to manage your detections directly in the Panther Console, see the Detections documentation.

Currently, only Python Panther-managed detections are available for you to clone, modify, and upload. Panther-managed Simple Detections are planned for a future release.

Methods for leveraging Panther-managed Python detections

There are two methods you can use to create a copy of Panther-managed Python detections from the panther-analysis repository:

  • A public fork

    • When you use a public fork, your detection content will be publicly visible.

    • A public fork can be used to create Pull Requests to bring new detection content to the panther-analysis upstream repo.

  • A private cloned repository

    • If you want to keep your detection content private, we recommend using a private cloned repo. With a private cloned repo, the repository settings will control who has access to the content inside the repo.

    • Note that in this configuration, you cannot use a Pull Request to bring changes upstream.

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