By August of the same year, Syncurity was selected by MACH37™, America’s premier market-centric cybersecurity accelerator as a member of its Fall 2014 cohort. Less than a year later, Syncurity launched IR-Flow, an incident response platform, and signed the company’s first Fortune-500 customer.
“When you bike across the country, you develop a process to manage elements, your conditioning, your food and water intake and other factors,” JP says. “You don’t just start pedaling without considering all of this. I discovered that the same applies to incident response. If you receive an alert and need to take six steps to determine whether an incident is a major threat that requires response, you should turn those steps into a smooth process that you can repeat every time.”
And thus, Syncurity and IR-Flow were born.
“Just as biking is about more than pedaling,” he continues, “cybersecurity is about more than just technology. Like biking, it poses mental challenges as well, so it’s about people too. If you ignore this, you are missing a critical component of any network protection program. When we built IR-Flow, the goal was to help companies get the most out of their cybersecurity investments by aligning people and processes to triage and remediate alerts.
Every organization needs a flexible platform that helps them prevail in the “race” against cyber threats, one that helps them manage their needs and the elements. This means optimizing and integrating people, processes and technology to realize better cybersecurity outcomes and accelerate security operations teams – And that’s what Syncurity does.