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Microsoft Teams Connector

Getting started with Microsoft Teams

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About Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a comprehensive communication and collaboration platform that provides a solution that integrates workplace chat, meetings, notes, and attachments. Teams is designed to improve productivity and collaboration in businesses and educational institutions by offering a central place for workgroups to communicate, share files, and hold meetings online.

Why integrate Teams into the Vulcan platform?

Integrating Microsoft Teams with the Vulcan Platform through the Teams Connector offers a streamlined approach to enhance collaboration and efficiency in vulnerability remediation processes. The integration with Team allows you to directly post and share vulnerabilities and asset information manually or automatically to selected Microsoft Teams channels, centralizing communication for better collaboration. This integration allows you to notify your team instantly about vulnerabilities, facilitating quick and collaborative remediation efforts.

Teams Connector Details

Supported products



Integration type

UNI directional (data is transferred from the Connector to the Vulcan Platform in one direction)

Supported version and type

SaaS (latest)

Connector Setup


Before you begin configuring the Connector, make sure you have the following:

  • Teams Webhook URL: The webhook URL of the channel you want to send messages to. Click here to learn how to generate webhook URLs.

    Note: Each webhook is for a single channel. If you wish to post messages to more Teams channels, you need to setup a Teams Connector per each channel.

Configuring the Team Connector

  1. Log in to your Vulcan Cyber dashboard and go to Connectors.

  2. Click on Add a Connector.

  3. Click on the Teams icon.

  4. Enter the Teams Webhook URL.

  5. Click Create.

Sharing Vulnerability Data to Teams Channels

Share a Single or Multiple Vulnerabilities

  1. Navigate to the Vulnerabilities page.

  2. Select the relevant vulnerability(ies) and click Take Action.

  3. Under the Share option, choose Teams.

  4. Select the desired Teams channel (configured via the connector name) to post the message.

  5. Enter a Message and a Note (optional)

  6. Click Share to send the vulnerability's details directly to the chosen Teams channel.

Note: This action can also be performed directly from the Vulnerability card by selecting a vulnerability.

Automating Teams Notifications

  1. Create a Playbook and select the Remediation Action: Post to Teams channel.

  2. Pick the Teams channel for your message.

  3. Click Save to automate postings about vulnerabilities to Teams, enhancing prompt response and remediation.

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