Hello, you could create a policy in Jamf, go to Files and Processes and
scroll down at the bottom. There is a line called Execute Command. Put
your command there. If it does not work, you could try to remove "sudo"
as it already executes the command ...
It was my understanding from Jamf that it does NOT replace your current
anti-virus but just an added layer of protection. It may have changed
since it has been 6 months since I talked to them in regards to Jamf