The Enterprise Threat Protector Reporting API

The Enterprise Threat Protector (ETP) Reporting API lets you access and analyze reports for security events, acceptable user policy events, and DNS activity totals. You can also view Indicator of Compromise (IOC) data to further analyze blacklisted entries. The API allows you flexible access to the same reporting features as in the Luna Control Center, using your own tools.

Who Should Use This API

This API is for site administrators, project managers, and technical support providers who implement or troubleshoot Enterprise Threat Protector (ETP) for your organization. To use this API, you should have a working knowledge of ETP and how the configurable objects interact. If you are not familiar with these topics, see the ETP Configuration API for more information.

Getting Started

Before using the ETP Reporting API for the first time:

  • Contact your Akamai representative to enable it for your account.

  • Review the OPEN API Introduction on tools that Akamai provides.

  • Review OPEN API Provisioning to create your ETP Reporting API access credentials and authorizations. As detailed in the OPEN API Identity Model, you then access the API using custom hostnames that looks like this: https://akzz-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.luna.akamaiapis.net.

Dual Format Responses

The event details operations for this API produce either JSON or CSV, depending on the value of the Accept header sent as part of the request. All other operations produce JSON objects.

Data Retention Policy

Enterprise Threat Protector (ETP) stores entries for 30 days, after which data becomes unavailable.


Last modified: 8/18/2017