IRONSCALES Announces Integration with Swimlane
IRONSCALES, the pioneer of self-learning email security, announced that it has partnered with Swimlane, an independent leader in security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), to automatically input email phishing incident alerts, statistics, and threat details into Swimlane’s dashboard. This integration will provide users with a centralized view of all email phishing threats pulled in from across their entire security stack, making it easier to spot connected events and automatically remediate attacks in real-time.
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Other joint solution benefits include:
- Respond and triage incidents at machine speed with automated workflows
- Unify alert vies for easy management and incident correlation
- Decrease human inaccuracies of transposing data across tools
- Increase capacity for more proactive threat hunting by automating prevention, detection, and response
“Email phishing threats continue to be an enormous burden for security analysts who often spend far too much of their day manually investigating suspicious messages and remediating attacks,” said Eyal Benishti, IRONSCALES founder and CEO. “Integrating IRONSCALES’ self-learning email security platform into Swimlane’s SOAR solution will alleviate significant inconvenience plaguing security teams, while, most importantly, reducing the growing risks from advanced email phishing techniques, such as business email compromise, account takeover, and brand spoofing.”
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Security Operation Center Teams Overburdened by Alert Overload
An average Security Operations Center (SOC) can have over 80 tools from 40 vendors. Between alert overload, complex security stacks, and a lack of skilled personnel – it is increasingly difficult for them to keep up with the ever-growing threat landscape. Further, many tools across the security stack are disconnected or siloed from others, making it difficult for analysts to see the bigger picture and connect disparate pieces of evidence across multiple tools. All of these challenges also work against security teams by adding to the amount of time it takes to resolve or remediate an alert.
The IRONSCALES and Swimlane integration addresses this problem by automatically integrating threat intelligence into the Swimlane dashboard, providing analysts with the ability to change the classification of the incident from within the dashboard. This information can then be enriched with other security tools, providing a single dashboard for full visibility of alerts and events. From there, users will have options for automated or single-click remediation at their fingertips.
“It’s always a good thing when two best-in-breed cybersecurity companies team up to help organizations reduce risk, alleviate burdens and make the end-user experience more seamless,” said Cody Cornell, Swimlane co-founder, and CEO. “Together, our partnership with IRONSCALES will provide a centralized viewpoint into phishing prevention while also enabling the automatic anti-phishing remediation capabilities that so many of our customers have been asking for.”
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